The move to GoogleÂ®Â Cloud public cloud services is underway, and requirements for cloud security are real. Palo Alto NetworksÂ®Â offers innovative and comprehensive protection as you adopt public cloud services.Â The Palo Alto Networks solutions complement the native Google Cloud security toolset, including network, host and cloud-native security delivered through APIs for comprehensive protection. In this Quest, you will get hands-on practice with the Palo Alto Networks virtual next-generation firewall running in Google Cloud. You will gain practical experience that you can apply to improve visibility and security for your applications and workloads.
Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Firewall: Automating Deployment with Terraform
This Lab uses the Palo Alto Networks Terraform Provider to deploy and configure the VM-Series Firewall.
Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Firewall: Securing the GKE Perimeter
This Lab uses the Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Firewall to provide security to a simple, two-tiered Guestbook application in a Kubernetes cluster.
This lab illustrates a VM-Series in IDS (Intrusion Detection System) mode using the Google Cloud Packet Mirroring solution.
Palo Alto Networks: VM-Series Advanced Deployment
In this lab you will use Terraform to deploy 2 VM-Series firewalls that secure ingress/egress traffic from 2 spoke VPCs, using internal load balancers as next hop.
Palo Alto Networks: VM-Series AutoScale in Google Cloud
In this lab you deploy the Palo Alto Networks VM-Series Autoscaling solution for pre-existing Google Cloud environments and Panorama, the centralized security management platform, will make API calls to monitor autoscale events and license mgmnt.