We are using Palo Alto Panorama as the main system for any firewall changes, so all of them are sync with similar setup. We have firewalls …
Palo Alto Panorama
Palo Alto Panorama
Palo Alto Panorama is being used as our main Firewalls management for over 50 clients. Panorama makes it easier to manage, configure, and …
We currently utilize [two virtual Palo Alto] Panorama's in an HA pair. It is an excellent tool to manage multiple Firewalls across our …
Palo Alto Panorama provides a flexible and scalable solution for centralized management in large CSP environments. With the arrival of 5G, …
It is used across the whole organization. Panorama can help in managing the administration of a large number of Palo Alto firewalls. It is …
We are using PA Panorama for centralized management of firewalls and to control security policy enforcement across the network. This is …
We use Panorama to manage firewalls internally. Management of devices is only done with IT staff. OT staff have some auditing …
Panorama is used by two groups in our organization our campus networking team and our network engineering team. Each has its own instance …
Our Information & Technology services department is using Palo Alto Panorama to manage our data center gateways, our GlobalProtect VPN …
PaloAlto Panorama is the firewall that we use in our organization. The firewall protects all the departments of the University for …
Palo Alto Panorama is used by our network security team to manage all configurations for six Palo Alto firewalls on three different sites. …
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|Panorama™ network security management provides static rules and dynamic security updates in a constantly changing threat landscape. Reduce administrator workload and improve overall security posture with a single rule base for firewall, threat prevention, URL filtering, application awareness, user identification, file blocking, and data filtering.|
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Frequently Asked Questions
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The most common users of Palo Alto Panorama are from Enterprises and the Information Technology & Services industry.
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- If you have more then 40 firewalls you can easy manage them from one place
- Time for checking logs from one place
- Having less resources managing security for clients
- Super fast in deploying configurations
- Security and Monitoring devices in one location
- Reduced Time for managing multiple Firewalls
- Ability to group sites into device groups is extremely helpful to ensure compliance
- Central pane of glass to view all logs
- Running them Virtually saved money
- lowest TCO ans fewest human resources for management
- According to its high performance with all security features enabled, its price is the best in the market, so it is a good bargain for the customer
- Best pricing for all security features to be enabled on it.
- Support and Account Managers are very responsive to critical issues that could lead customer losses
- I don't see any negative impacts on this solution, but there is always room for improvement
- Centralized firewall software upgrade/downgrade considerations are the most points which can be considered and have an impact on business operations.
- Centralized logs collection and evaluation is another point which could be important to business goals.
- During technical support issues and support from the vendor, it plays a very important role by providing detailed reports including health checks and performance metrics.
- Overall, it has reduced the time that our administrators have had to spend managing firewall configurations. While we used Cisco CSM previous to migrating to Palo Alto Panorama, it was not as robust with its capabilities to manage groups of devices.
- One big advantage that we have seen is the reduction in the amount of time it takes to roll out a new firewall installation. With the grouping of firewalls, the majority of the configuration is in place and only new objects and site specific requirements need to be added. This significantly decreased time to go live for new sites.
- Panorama seems expensive but when you compare it to other software it really isn't and the features make it worth every dollar.
- Have panorama allow us to have entry-level team members help out even if they don't understand our whole network they can just go to panorama and know that find the info they need and what device the issue is happening on.
- It has brought peace of mind to our security knowing that all policies can be managed through a central system and patches and updated can be centralized.
- It has substantially decrease the amount of time required for management.
- It has slightly increased the time required for updates since there's an additional device to update.
- Reduced a lot of threats by blocking poorly reputed domains automatically, saving us a lot of time, which we would have otherwise spent on putting it on the manual blacklist.
- Helped us in almost discontinuing with the Cisco Firepower, saving a lot of money, with its powerful IDS feature.
- At a previous company, I deployed Palo Alto firewalls to a data center, and 12 branch locations. This allowed us to replace MPLS links with IPSec tunnels between the sites. This resulted in significantly more throughput and soft savings of increased productivity. However, the estimated net of $220,000 in hard savings over five years is what is most impressive. I could not have effectively managed all those devices without Palo Alto Panorama.