Fortinet FortiManager (BYOL) Centralized Security Management
Reduce costs, simplify configuration, automate provisioning & maintain compliance with FortiManager
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  • Architecture: 64
  • Base Operating System: linux
  • Latest Version: 6.2.0
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  • Product Highlights
    - Offers centralized configuration, policy-based provisioning, update management and end-to-end network monitoring for your Fortinet installation - You can further simplify management of your network security by grouping devices into geographic or functional administrative domains (ADOMs) - Easily manage VPN policy and configuration while leveraging FortiManager virtual appliances as a local distribution point for software and policy updates
  • Product Description

    Fortinet FortiManager lets you maintain control over your FortiGate and FortiAP topologies through an easy-to-use, centralized, single-pane-of-glass management console. Easily control the deployment of security policies, FortiGuard content security updates, firmware revisions, and individual configurations for thousands of FortiOS-enabled devices. FortiManager provides crucial timesaving features like device auto-discovery, group management, global policies, auditing facilities, and the ability to manage complex VPN environments.

    FortiManager delivers:

    • East of management over hundreds to thousands of FortiGate appliances with consistency 
    • Basic FortiAnalyzer logging and reporting for tighter correlation of events and policies
    • Hierarchical objects database to facilitate re-use of common configurations across the organization
    • Role-based administration to enable distributed management
    • Policy auditing per device for regulatory compliance and track any deviations from the required security policy
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    Support entitlement is required as BYOL. Fortinet FortiCare support offerings provide global support for all Fortinet products and services. With FortiCare support, customers can be assured that their Fortinet security products are performing optimally and protecting their corporate assets with the best security technology at the best possible price. FortiCare 24x7 Comprehensive Support includes firmware updates, online ticket access, online chat and 24x7 telephone support at any time day or night. http://www.fortinet.com/support/contact_support.html
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