Palo Alto Networks Prisma SD-WAN (formerly CloudGenix) is a cloud-delivered service that implements app-defined, autonomous SD-WAN to help you secure and connect your branch offices, data centers and large campus sites without increasing cost and complexity. The AppFabric connects your sites securely with application awareness and gives you the freedom to use any WAN, any cloud for a thin branch (security from the cloud) solution.
Review the privacy datasheet for details on what personal information Prisma SD-WAN collects and what Palo Alto Networks does with it.

Documentation

Prisma SD-WAN Administrator’s Guide

Prisma SD-WAN ION CLI Reference

Prisma SD-WAN Release Notes

ION Devices - Hardware Reference Guides

Prisma Access CloudBlade Integration Release Notes

Latest Updates

Release:Date Highlights

Prisma Access for Networks Cloudblades

October 8, 2021

New Prisma Access for Networks CloudBlades Version 2.1.2 for Panorama managed and 3.1.1  for Cloud managed are released which support Autonomous DEM (ADEM) for Remote Networks

GCP-NCC CloudBlade

September 30, 2021

A new GCP CloudBlade is launched which allows seamless integration between Prisma SD-WAN branches and Google Cloud Platform Network Connectivity Center (NCC) to streamline and automate site-to-cloud connectivity at scale, see the integration guide.

5.6.1

October 5, 2021

The highlights in this release are:

  • New Site Summary Dashboard with Health Score
  • New AI Insights for Circuits
  • New Event Correlation alarm for Standard VPN Endpoints
  • Support for cellular telemetry and configuration on compatible ION devices
  • Support for Stacked Security Policies
  • Support for Syslog Profiles
  • New 5G-Integrated SD-WAN appliances
  • New 4G/LTE SD-WAN appliances
  • Integrated Autonomous DEM Agent
  • Support for LQM enhanced path selection for Non-Data Center VPNs
  • Support for LAN Multicast Routing
  • Support for TLS encrypted Syslog messages

5.4.11

September 13, 2021

Maintenance release with fixes.

Prisma Access for Networks (Cloud Managed) Cloudblade

July 16, 2021

CloudBlade v3.0.1 - Introducing the Prisma Access for Networks (Cloud Managed) CloudBlade, which is the cloud-based management solution for Prisma Access. The CloudBlade enables Remote Networks to connect to Prisma Access through an industry-standard IPSec VPN. To set up the CloudBlade, see the integration guide, and to know about the features introduced, see the release notes.

5.5.3

July 2, 2021

The highlights in this maintenance release are:

  • Updated Prisma SD-WAN Web Interface
  • App Switcher to switch Seamlessly between your Palo Alto Networks Applications
  • 3rd Party VPN renamed to Standard VPN
  • Bug Fixes

AWS Transit Gateway Integration CloudBlade

July 2, 2021

AWS and Palo Alto Networks Prisma SD-WAN have jointly delivered a solution for the high-performance delivery of services from AWS to remote offices worldwide to address these challenges.

The Prisma SD-WAN AWS Transit Gateway Integration CloudBlade optimizes branch to AWS connectivity by securely and seamlessly integrating your enterprise WAN with AWS. To set up the CloudBlade, see the integration guide.

5.4.9

June 18, 2021

Maintenance release with fixes.

5.5.1

April 9, 2021

The highlights in this release are:

  • Event Policy Management to suppress or escalate alarms
  • Collection and Export of Telemetry with IPFIX
  • Improved Dashboards for Time Series for Circuit and Interface Statistics
  • Prisma SD-WAN Device and Tenant Management for MSPs

5.4.5

February 26, 2021

Maintenance release with fixes.

5.2.9

February 12, 2021

Maintenance release with fixes.
Prisma Access for Networks Cloudblades

CloudBlades v2.1.1 - Supports all Prisma Access deployments with Cloud Services plugin 2.0 or 1.8 that avail the aggregate bandwidth allocation per compute location. To set up the CloudBlade, see the integration guide.

CloudBlades v2.0.3 - Supports Prisma Access with Cloud Services plugin where you allocate bandwidth per remote network location. To set up the CloudBlade, see the integration guide.

Additional Resources