Today’s most digitally innovative organizations face escalating and often unpredictable capacity needs that are quickly outpacing their security solution’s performance capabilities.
As a result, security has become the choke point for traffic entering and exiting most hyperscale data centers, adversely affecting user experience, and bringing productivity to a crawl, causing many network admins to feel pressured by business demands to forego security safeguards.
Allowing all traffic to flow freely into and out of an organization’s network without security opens organizations up to the risk of cyberattacks, which can severely damage their brand reputation and cause a potential loss in revenue due to extended downtime. While many organizations have successfully deployed hyperscale network architectures, achieving hyperscale security has been a significant challenge. To date, some vendors claim to implement hyperscale security through multiple firewalls orchestrated together to achieve a hyperscale architecture, which has proven to be cumbersome and expensive.
Fortinet Network Firewalls uniquely address these pain points and are built specifically to:
- Protect: Avoid breaches and business disruptions by minimizing ransomware and other cyberattacks with segmentation, full visibility, and coordinated security.
- Consolidate and scale: Reduce costs by eliminating point products and deliver security at hyperscale to keep up with business growth.
- Enable work from anywhere: Deliver seamless user experience and operational efficiency with consistent, coordinated, and automated security at any location.
Fortinet Network Firewalls leverage security-driven networking principles to enable ultra-scalable, secure distributed networks and hyperscale data centers. Security-driven Networking solutions are not only faster and scale further than the competition, they are also much more cost-effective, delivering the industry’s best price/performance in a compact form factor for additional lower costs associated with lower rack space, power, and cooling requirements.
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