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Public Cloud Security Represents a Massive Opportunity for NextWave Partners

Organizations adopt public cloud solutions for greater network agility and scalability, higher performance and faster access to innovative technologies, but they need help keeping their data secure. 451 Group predicts that by 2018, 60 percent of all workloads will reside in the public cloud while 91 percent of cybersecurity professionals have concerns about cloud security*. The top three challenges they face include protecting against data loss and leakage (67%), threats to data privacy (61%), and breaches of confidentiality (53%). Helping our mutual customers move to the cloud while addressing these challenges represents a massive opportunity for NextWave partners to provide their security expertise and position the benefits of our Security Operating Platform, which supports all major public cloud services, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, or GCP.

 

Become Familiar With Google Cloud Platform

Whether you are curious about GCP or want to dig into technical details, we have a starting place for you! The Google Cloud Platform Learning Guide is the latest addition to our Learning Guide series, providing info on how to get hands-on experience.

 

Start or Grow Your Knowledge

As organizations expand their adoption of GCP for big data, analytics and machine learning initiatives, protecting from threats and data loss becomes a top priority. This Learning Guide provides overviews and in-depth material on GCP, including GCP Launcher, Google Deployment Manager, Google Kubernetes Engine and networking concepts.

Palo Alto Networks VM-Series for GCP protects applications and data deployed on GCP with the same next-generation security that protects more than 51,000 networks around the world today. We provide training on GCP and Palo Alto Networks VM-Series virtualized firewalls, including deployment guidelines, architectures such as hybrid, scale-in and scale-out, and for technical roles, we have administrator guides.

 

Choose Your Own Learning Track

Either follow the learning guide step by step or simply skip ahead to specific topics based on your current knowledge.

Check out everything we can do now in the cloud with GCP. Get the Google Cloud Platform Learning Guide now.

 

* “Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud Transformation Survey of IT Buyers,” 451 Research, September 2016

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