Learn about new features in GlobalProtect cloud service version 1.3 by Palo Alto Networks. Find helpful tips and links to stay updated on GlobalProtect 1.3.
NOTE: GlobalProtect Cloud Service has changed to Prisma Access.
GlobalProtect cloud service is a great way to help secure your network and allow mobile and branch users to connect and be protected.
Now, GlobalProtect cloud service version 1.3 introduces the following new features and enhancements to better secure your network and protect your users:
Here is the list of Features that have been added:
Quality of Service (QoS) Support
Support for Additional Service Connections
Additional Bandwidth Choices for Remote Networks
Expanded Visibility for Mobile Users
Multiple GlobalProtect Cloud Service Instances on a Single Panorama Appliance (MultiTenancy)
GlobalProtect App Generate Ticket Option
Persistent Public IP Addresses for Mobile User Gateways
Also included with this version is support for PAN-OS 8.1, which means that you can now implement PAN-OS 8.1 features in GlobalProtect cloud service.
NOTE: If you are upgrading from GlobalProtect cloud service 1.2, then please be aware that there are specific steps that need to be followed, so please be sure to read the release notes.
Full list of New GlobalProtect cloud service 1.3 Features
For a full list on what has been introduced with GlobalProtect cloud service 1.3 as well as all previous versions, known and addressed issues and specific instructions about upgrading from GlobalProtect cloud service 1.2 to GlobalProtect cloud service 1.3, please visit our TechDocs site here:
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