End-of-Sale (EoS) and End-of-Life (EoL) for Evident

Palo Alto Networks announced on March 24, 2020 that Evident will go EoL on December 31, 2020. Per the EoL Policy, Evident will be supported until the EoS date of July 31, 2020. Palo Alto Networks customers that are using Evident can and are encouraged to upgrade to Prisma Cloud.

Why are we retiring the Evident Product?

After an extensive evaluation, we decided to consolidate all our visibility, compliance and governance capabilities on Prisma Cloud, which is our go forward, unified platform. Over the past year, the features and capabilities that made Evident great have been integrated into Prisma Cloud. In addition, we have augmented Prisma Cloud with a wide range of organically developed new capabilities. We want ALL of our customers to be able to utilize the innovations we are delivering in Prisma Cloud.


Evident™ New Features Guide

Evident Web Reference

Provides help for using the web interface on the Evident service to proactively manage your public cloud infrastructure and minimize risk.


Lightboard Series: Continuous Cloud Security and Compliance Explained

Addressing security and compliance in the cloud requires a rigorous and continuous approach that ensures risks are Identified and controlled with speed. In this lightboard video, watch Tim Prendergast, Chief Cloud Officer at Palo Alto Networks, discuss how organizations can automate the management of cloud security and compliance risks so that they can minimize the attack surface and protect their public cloud deployments.

Public Cloud Security Compliance with Palo Alto Networks

With DevOps teams eager to harness the public cloud to accelerate delivery of apps and services, legacy security tools can’t keep pace. What’s needed is a more robust, automated approach to securing public cloud deployments and ensuring compliance.

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