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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

Getting Started - Control Center for Public Cloud

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The Barracuda Firewall Control Center is available for the big three public cloud vendors: AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. Every Control Center can manage firewalls on all platforms (hardware, virtual, public cloud). Public-cloud Control Centers are stand-alone only; high availability is not supported.

Control Center for Microsoft Azure

The Firewall Control Center for Microsoft Azure is available as a Bring Your Own License (BYOL) image from the Azure Marketplace, or as a VHD disk image from the Barracuda Download Portal. The Control Center VM can be deployed either without a public IP address if used in combination with a border firewall in the VNET, or with a public IP address like an CloudGen Firewall in Azure.

For more information, see Getting Started - Control Center for Microsoft Azure.

Control Center for Amazon AWS

The Firewall Control Center for AWS is available as a Bring Your Own License image from the AWS Marketplace. The Control Center can be deployed with a public IP address like the CloudGen Firewall. If a border firewall is used, you can also deploy the Control Center in a private subnet. In this case, access rules or a client-to-site VPN is required to access the Control Center.

For more information, see Getting Started - Control Center for AWS.

Control Center for Google Cloud

The Firewall Control Center for Google Cloud is available as a Bring Your Own License image from Google Launcher. The Control Center can be deployed with a public IP address like the CloudGen Firewall. If a border firewall is used, you can also deploy the Control Center in a private subnet. In this case, access rules or a client-to-site VPN is required to access the Control Center.

For more information, see Getting Started - Control Center for Google Cloud.

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