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Sizing based on vCore performance levels on Open Servers

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We have a customer want to move the 1800 and 6200 model to the open server(virtual firewall).

In this scenario, what is the correct number of the Vcore for 1800 and 6200? Any performance datasheet for this kind of the request?

For example 2 x vCores can support up to how many Gbps/Mbps of the NGFW/NGTP/NGTX throughput ?

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Chris_Atkinson
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Note we publish the number of cores each enterprise appliance has in the following chart:

https://www.checkpoint.com/downloads/products/check-point-appliance-comparison-chart.pdf

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Chris_Atkinson
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Indicative vCore sizing varies by platform, for VMware/ESX please see those published here:

https://www.checkpoint.com/cloudguard/cloud-network-security/iaas-private-cloud-security/

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JPT
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Thanks Chris for the performance datasheet for CGNS, but i am look the performance datasheet for open server like Dell/HP. 

Or maybe you can share the performance datasheet for CPSG-2C-NGTX or CPSG-4C-NGTX ? For example like how many Gbps/Mbps of the NGFW/NGTP/NGTX throughput for the CPSG-2C-NGTX that can support?

thanks

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PhoneBoy
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Use the similar Check Point appliance as a guideline based on number of cores and RAM.
We do not do performance testing on nor do we guarantee specific performance levels on Open Server.

Note that the performance characteristics of SMB appliances are somewhat different due to the different hardware (ARM versus Intel) and code base.

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Chris_Atkinson
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Note we publish the number of cores each enterprise appliance has in the following chart:

https://www.checkpoint.com/downloads/products/check-point-appliance-comparison-chart.pdf

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