Virtualized Next Generation Firewall
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Virtualized Next-generation Firewall
Organizations embracing private and public clouds need network security that complements traditional physical appliance form factors in order to gain visibility and maintain consistent security policy as workloads, users, and data migrate to more agile, elastic, and virtualized infrastructure.
FortiGate next-generation firewall virtual appliances provide proven security while realizing the flexibility and benefits of VM-based packaging: unmatched ROI, rapid provisioning, east-west traffic visibility, unlimited scalability, and consolidation. The virtualized form factor can be tightly orchestrated with hypervisors, cloud management, and SDN controllers through purpose-built integration or with FortiGate Connectors.
To provide consistently top-rated security, greater visibility, and unmatched performance, FortiGate virtual appliances give you the unique combination of the most advanced threat intelligence from FortiGuard Labs with a common FortiOS Operating System, simplifying management across physical, virtual, and cloud deployments.
Virtualized Next-generation firewall features include:
Top-rated protection with FortiGuard security services as tested by NSS Labs, Virus Bulletin, and AV-Comparatives
East-west traffic visibility with granular control of applications, devices, and users
Simplified security with easy-to-manage, single platform across physical, virtual, and cloud
Actionable reports to enforce policies, understand targeted attacks, and meet compliance
Support for all major hypervisor, cloud, and SDN platforms
Flexible licensing and provisioning to support on-demand consumption (via service providers)
Secure your private, public, and hybrid cloud deployments with one solution
Managed Security Service Provider
Purpose-built technology for Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs)
Cloud security from the parameter to the workload