Panorama Virtual Appliance and Virtual Dedicated Log Collector
How to deploy a Panorama™ virtual appliance and a virtual
Dedicated Log Collector in Microsoft® Azure®.
You can now deploy Panorama™ and a Dedicated
Log Collector on Microsoft® Azure®. The Panorama virtual appliance
on Azure supports all deployment modes (Panorama, Log Collector,
and Management Only) and each mode shares the same processes and functionality
as its M-Series counterpart. Refer to Panorama Models for more information on
Configure the basic settings for the Panorama virtual
Configure the Panorama virtual appliance size. Refer
to the Setup Prerequisites for the Panorama VirtualAppliance for
sizing requirements. The Panorama virtual appliance defaults to
Management Mode if you do not configure it to meet the minimum requirements
for Panorama or Log Collector mode.
Configure storage and networking.
The Panorama virtual appliance on Azure supports a single
management interface. You must use this interface for log collection
and device management.
policy, and then
(deploy) the Panorama
Verify that you have successfully deployed the Panorama
It takes 20 to 30 minutes to launch the Panorama
virtual appliance and can take longer depending on the resources you configured
for the virtual machine. ICMP protocol is not permitted by Microsoft
Azure so you cannot ping the Panorama virtual appliance to determine whether
it is successfully deployed.
Log in to the web interface of the Panorama virtual appliance.