The Palo Alto Networks Cortex Data Lake stores the context-rich enhanced network logs generated by our security products, including our next-generation firewalls, Prisma Access, and Cortex XDR. With Cortex Data Lake, you can collect ever-expanding volumes of data without needing to plan for local compute and storage, and it's ready to scale from the start. And most Cortex apps use the Cortex Data Lake to access, analyze, and report on your network data.
|July 2021||For compliance with regional data privacy regulations, you can now select Germany as a host region when you activate Cortex Data Lake.|
|3 June 2021||
With PAN-OS 10.1 or later, the firewall and Panorama can now use a device certificate to onboard to Cortex Data Lake and connect to other Palo Alto Networks cloud services.
Devices using this certificate follow a new process to onboard to Cortex Data Lake. Make sure to follow the onboarding process appropriate for your PAN-OS version and deployment style.
|29 April 2021||You can now get started forwarding logs from Cortex Data Lake more quickly, easily, and cost-effectively by using a self-signed certificate to authenticate your syslog or HTTPS receiver. After installing the certificate on your receiver, you can upload the private CA certificate as part of your syslog or HTTPS forwarding profiles.|
|24 February 2021||For an improved log management experience, Cortex Data Lake now supports additional log fields, a new format for log forwarding through email, and log forwarding profile enhancements. Visit the release notes to learn more.|
|15 January 2021||The Cortex Data Lake app now enables you to Explore your log data and generate onboarding keys in a redesigned user interface.|
|9 December 2020||For compliance with regional data privacy regulations, you can now select Australia as a host region when you activate Cortex Data Lake.|
|2 November 2020||
You can now forward logs from within the Cortex Data Lake app, enabling you to conveniently manage onboarding, storage, and log transmission in a single application.
As a result of this change, you may notice additional log filters and filters that you are unable to modify. For more information, see the release notes.
|26 October 2020||To help you better monitor your Cortex Data Lake data using Panorama, you can now generate scheduled reports on it if you have the proper version of Panorama and the Cloud Services plugin.|
|30 September 2020||For compliance with regional data privacy regulations, you can now select Japan as a host region when you activate Cortex Data Lake.|
|31 July 2020||For compliance with regional data privacy regulations, you can now select Canada as a host region when you activate Cortex Data Lake.|
|17 July 2020||Firewalls running PAN-OS 10.0 or later can now connect to Cortex Data Lake through a proxy server.|
|10 July 2020||As a result of an infrastructure upgrade, Cortex Data Lake now has new FQDNs. If you are sending logs from another vendor's firewall, please allow access to the FQDNs for your Cortex Data Lake region. Failure to do so will cause log transmission to cease.|
|1 July 2020||
For compliance with regional data privacy regulations, you can now select the UK or Singapore as a host region when you activate Cortex Data Lake.
|15 June 2020||The quota manager now features a detailed breakdown of firewall log types and a simpler method of allocating remaining storage to help you more easily manage your Cortex Data Lake log storage.|
Everything you need to start sending logs to Cortex Data Lake.
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Learn about new features, and what we're working on to make Cortex Data Lake even better.
View log field names, their descriptions, and their equivalents in other log record formats to help you configure log forwarding from Cortex Data Lake.
Read about the option to host Cortex Data Lake in Canada and our ongoing commitment to data residency and privacy.