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CloudGuard Network For Public Cloud - News - April 2021

  1. AWS Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB) Auto Scaling Group

GWLB is quite unique and a giant step forward in networking

More details here

 

  1. CME management session improvement

“CME” is now configured as the session description when automatically installing policy and modifying objects.

See the CME Latest Updates SK for more information.

 

  1. CME Automatic NAT for Azure

We now support automatic NAT rules generation in Azure (similar to what we have in AWS).
This feature allows CME to automatically create access and NAT rules according to tagged resources in Azure, thus letting you add or remove new applications in Azure without opening SmartConsole.
See the CME Admin Guide for more information.

 

  1. XFF support for Autoscaling solutions (as part of CME)

It is now possible to inject XFF headers for Source-NATed traffic. See sk167578 for more information.

We have extended CME to support XFF without using a custom script, as part of the template configuration.
Run “autoprov_cfg -h" for instructions.

 

  1. AWS Security Hub

It is now possible to forward logs to AWS Security Hub using CME.

See the CME Admin Guide for more information.

 

  1. AWS Terraform Templates

We have released several Terraform templates for AWS:
Management, MDS, Standalone, Single Gateway, Single AZ cluster, Quick-start Autoscaling

Visit the GitHub repository for more information.

 

  1. Azure Terraform Templates

We have released a new Terraform template for deploying a Management Server in Azure.
See the GitHub repository for more information.

 

  1. Azure Application Gateway Support

We have extended the Azure VMSS solution and now support External and Internal Application Gateways.

See the VMSS Admin Guide for more information.

 

  1. Azure Monitoring integration for Single Gateways and Cluster

We have extended the integration with Azure Monitoring and have published an SK for enabling/disabling sending CloudGuard metrics to Azure Monitoring.

 

  1. IPv6 Support for Azure VMSS

We have release an official SK for configuring IPv6 on Azure VMSS.

See sk170760 for more information.

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