Palo Alto Networks Introduces PAN-OS 10.2

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Palo Alto Networks officially released PAN-OS 10.2 just a couple of days ago. It introduces new and enhanced cloud-delivered security services and leverages cloud compute for artificial intelligence (AI) in addition to deep learning techniques to secure the modern enterprise. Check out the resources below for details, including the new features and bug fixes.


New PAN-OS 10.2 features include:



This is just the tip of the iceberg! Are you ready to Get Started with PAN-OS 10.2?


Be sure to review the upgrade and downgrade considerations for specific information about upgrading/downgrading. You can also refer to the PAN-OS 10.2 Release Notes.


Upgrading to PAN-OS 10.2 also depends on your current setup. In any scenario, be sure to review the Associated Software and Content Versions and follow the procedures specific to your deployment outlined in the PAN-OS 10.2 Admin Guide.


More new hardware goodies


  • PA-3400 Series Firewalls: The PA-3400 Series delivers a superior NGFW solution for the internet gateway and campus segmentation use case, offering comprehensive security capabilities without compromising on performance and flexible network interface options enabling network consolidation and high speed connectivity up to 100 Gbps.
  • PA-5410, PA-5420, and PA-5430 Firewalls: The new PA-5400 Series models provide the highest fixed form-factor firewalls in the Palo Alto Networks NGFW portfolio. These firewalls offer comprehensive security capabilities and high capacity interfaces for use cases that include large enterprise data centers, Internet gateways, and large campus environments.
  • M-300 and M-700 Appliances: These new M-Series models are multi-functional appliances that you can configure to run in Panorama™ Management mode, Panorama Management-only mode, Panorama Log Collector mode, or PAN-DB Private Cloud mode. These models include the following main features when compared to the M-200 and M-600 appliance:
    • Improved responsiveness with faster CPU and more memory
    • Increased log ingestion rate 
    • Support for larger configuration sizes


Additional Information


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