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VM-Series on AWS Deployment Resources

Whether your just getting started and need some help, or you’re an experienced user looking at advanced architecture designs, the resources below can help accelerate your VM-Series deployment.

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Templates, Scripts and Deployment Resources

Amazon GuardDuty to VM-Series Integration

Uses an AWS Lambda function to feed Amazon GuardDuty threat intelligence to the VM-Series for security policy execution.

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Auto Scaling the VM-Series on AWS

A set of templates and scripts that deploys an AWS Load Balancer sandwich and the VM-Series firewalls to deliver an Auto Scaling solution for securing internet facing applications.

Auto Scaling the VM-Series on AWS

A set of templates and scripts that deploys an AWS Load Balancer sandwich and the VM-Series firewalls to deliver an Auto Scaling solution for securing internet facing applications.

Auto Scaling the VM-Series on AWS

A set of templates and scripts that deploys an AWS Load Balancer sandwich and the VM-Series firewalls to deliver an Auto Scaling solution for securing internet facing applications.

Auto Scaling VM-Series firewalls on AWS Version 2.1

A set of templates and scripts that deploys AWS Load Balancers and the VM-Series firewalls to deliver an Auto Scaling solution for securing internet facing applications. New in this version is the ability to protect existing workloads as well as net new.

Auto Scaling GlobalProtect on AWS

A sample prototype for Auto Scaling GlobalProtect on AWS.

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Auto Scaling the VM-Series on AWS with Terraform

Terraform Template that deploys an AWS Load Balancer sandwich and the VM-Series firewalls to enable Auto Scaling.

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ALB/NLB Load Balancer sandwich for managed scale/high availability

Templates and scripts that deploy an AWS ALB/NLB Load Balancer sandwich and two VM-Series firewalls to deliver managed scale and high availability for inbound applications.

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Palo Alto Networks NAT Rule Updater

A process for keeping NAT rule destination IPs in sync with changing Elastic Load Balancer VIPs. A Lambda function is used to retrieve the latest ELB VIPs and updates the NAT destination IP if necessary. The process uses naming conventions and instance tagging for configuration.

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Hybrid arch/two tier application environment protected by VM-Series

Sample AWS CloudFormation Template that deploys a two-tiered web/DB application environment secured by a VM-Series firewall.

AWS two-tier sample deployed with Terraform

Terraform template that deploys a two-tier web/DB application on AWS secured by a bootstrapped VM-Series firewall.

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AWS two-tier sample deployed with Terraform & Ansible

Deploys a two-tiered web/DB and bootstrapped VM-Series firewall using a Terraform Template. The VM-Series is then configured using Ansible scripts.

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Transit VPC with the VM-Series on AWS

The AWS Transit VPC is a highly scalable architecture that provides centralized security and connectivity services. Our VM-Series integration with the Transit VPC allows for a fully automated method of securely attaching subscribing (spoke) VPCs to the transit VPC.

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Transit VPC Manual Build Step-by-Step Guide

Guides user through the process of building a Transit VPC with the VM-Series. Once completed, the user will have built a Hub, and 3 subscribing VPC spokes.

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AWS Transit Gateway – Manual Build

Step by step guide to deploying a Transit Gateway within a Transit VPC with the VM-Series.

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Transit VPC CloudFormation Template

CloudFormation Template that a automates the deployment of a Transit Gateway within a Transit VPC with the VM-Series.

Transit Gateway Deployment for North/South and East/West Inspection

Terraform Template that a automates the deployment of a Transit Gateway within a Transit VPC with the VM-Series.

Using User-ID to block malicious source IPs

Enables the VM-Series to block malicious source IP addresses when deployed behind a Source NAT device like an AWS ALB by feeding X-Forward-For header to User-ID.

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