Panorama Web Interface
Panorama™ is the centralized management system for the Palo Alto Networks® family of next-generation firewalls. Panorama provides a single location from where you can oversee all applications, users, and content on your network and then use this knowledge to create policies that control and protect your network. Using Panorama for centralized policy and firewall management increases your operational efficiency as you manage your distributed firewall network. Panorama is available both as a dedicated hardware (M-Series) appliance and as a VMware virtual appliance (running on an ESXi server or the vCloud Air platform).
While many Panorama web interface views and settings are identical to those you see on the firewall web interface, the following topics describe options available exclusively on the Panorama web interface for managing Panorama, firewalls, and Log Collectors.
- Use the Panorama Web Interface
- Context Switch
- Panorama Commit Operations
- Defining Policies on Panorama
- Log Storage Partitions for a Panorama Virtual Appliance in Legacy Mode
- Panorama > Setup > Interfaces
- Panorama > High Availability
- Panorama > Managed WildFire Clusters
- Panorama > Administrators
- Panorama > Admin Roles
- Panorama > Access Domains
- Panorama > Managed Devices > Summary
- Panorama > Managed Devices > Health
- Panorama > Templates
- Panorama > Device Groups
- Panorama > Managed Collectors
- Panorama > Collector Groups
- Panorama > Plugins
- Panorama > VMware NSX
- Panorama > Log Ingestion Profile
- Panorama > Log Settings
- Panorama > Scheduled Config Export
- Panorama > Software
- Panorama > Device Deployment
Looking for more?
See the Panorama Administrator’s Guide for details on setting up and using Panorama for centralized management.
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