Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Check Point CloudGuard IaaS: Service Overview and Insight

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For organizations where the primary concern in the cloud is threat protection, Check Point CloudGuard is a good choice. Check Point’s CloudGuard is all about threat protection in the cloud, bringing security capabilities to cloud workloads that many have relied on in the non-cloud world.

CloudGuard is not just about any one cloud – it’s a solution for visibility and cloud workload security across a multicloud landscape as well as on-premises virtualized infrastructure. A key differentiator for CloudGuard is the platform’s SmartConsole, which offers multicloud visibility for security policy and control from within unified graphical user interface.

Users tend to rank CloudGuard’s ease of use very highly, identifying it as a service that is relatively easy to launch.

Service Description:

CloudGuard IaaS is a threat prevention and workload security solution for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) public cloud workloads. It can be used to help organizations protect public cloud workloads against different threats, including viruses, bots, and application attacks.

Policies are automatically provisioned and scaled as cloud workloads grow. CloudGuard policies are assigned at the virtual machine (VM) level, enabling policy mobility as workloads move across hosts and even between public and private cloud resources.

Overall management of multi-cloud deployment is handled via the SmartConsole unified dashboard.

Features:

  • Automated deployment
  • Security policy control and enforcement
  • Threat prevention security
  • Centralized management for multicloud deployments
  • Dynamic policy movement

Delivery:

On-premises and Software-as-a-Service

Use Cases:

Workload security for both on-premises and cloud virtualized workloads

Pricing:

On request

Solution Check Point Cloud Guard
Use-Cases Workload security for both on-premises and cloud virtualized workloads
Features Automated deployment,
security policy control, and enforcement
Key Differentiator SmartConsole for multicloud visibility
Pricing On request

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