Products that Use Cortex Data Lake

Learn about the different Palo Alto Networks products that interact with Cortex Data Lake
Cortex Data Lake interacts with several different products. Some products send logs to Cortex Data Lake, while others display and analyze the log data it contains.

Products that send logs to Cortex Data Lake

You can onboard individual firewalls directly to Cortex Data Lake. Use the Cortex Data Lake app to view all log records that the firewalls forward to Cortex Data Lake.
If you’re using Panorama, you can onboard firewalls to Cortex Data Lake at scale, instead of onboarding each individual firewall. All Cortex Data Lake logs are visible directly in Panorama.
With Prisma Access, Palo Alto Networks deploys and manages the security infrastructure globally to secure your remote networks and mobile users. Prisma Access logs directly to Cortex Data Lake. You can view the logs, ACC, and reports from Panorama for an aggregated view into your remote network and mobile user traffic. To enable logging for Prisma Access, you must purchase a Cortex Data Lake license. Log traffic does not use the licensed bandwidth you purchased for Prisma Access.

Products that use logs stored in Cortex Data Lake

Device Insights uses Cortex Data Lake log data to assess the health of your firewalls and generate alerts. You can also view Cortex Data Lake log data from within the Device Insights app.
Prisma Access (Cloud-Managed)
Cloud-managed Prisma Access enables you to view and filter your log data, and it can generate reports on your log data.
IoT Security is a cloud-based app that ingests the device data that next-generation firewalls collect from network traffic and send to Cortex Data Lake. IoT Security then uses this data to discover the “things” on your network and identify normal device behavior and detect suspicious activity.
Panorama displays logs stored in Cortex Data Lake. The Panorama ACC and reports give you an aggregated view into your remote network traffic.
SaaS Security Inline uses Cortex Data Lake logs to discover users and provide SaaS application usage data about those users.

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