Implementation Guides are manuals for the advanced user that provide extensive documentation on the concepts and workflow of the CloudGen Firewall and Control Center. Each guide concentrates on a specific topic and offers both a complete overview of the topic's available features as well as a suggested configuration path that includes limitations and issues to consider during implementation. The instructions are geared toward larger setups that use the advanced central management capabilities of the Control Center and the low-maintenance administration features it offers.
Available Implementation Guides
CloudGen Firewall in AWS Implementation Guide
This guide covers use cases and reference architectures for deploying a Barracuda CloudGen Firewall solution in AWS. After matching the use case to the reference architecture, the solutions are easily deployed with the provided CloudFormation templates. Also, take a look at the step-by-step instructions included to get more detailed information on a topic.
For more information, see Implementation Guide - CloudGen Firewall in AWS.
VPN Network with Static Routing Implementation Guide
This guide covers the configuration and concepts for creating a statically routed VPN network. The guide first goes over the process for configuring a large number of managed firewalls and points out what you need to keep in mind before undertaking such a project. Next, it discusses the tasks that you must complete for each individual unit and how to use the GTI editor to create a fully meshed VPN network. It also discusses when each firewall service should be used and include tips on how you can make the most of Barracuda Networks' advanced VPN features, such as SD-WAN or Dynamic Mesh VPN.
For more information, see Implementation Guide - VPN Network with Static Routing.
CloudGen Firewall in Microsoft Azure Implementation Guide
Microsoft Azure is one of the big players in the public cloud space offering IaaS and PaaS services to its customers. This guide covers how the Barracuda CloudGen Firewall plays a vital role in an Azure multi-tiered network design and how its connectivity and security features allow you to transparently and securely access and connect to your resources in the cloud. The Barracuda CloudGen Firewall connects and secures your applications in the public cloud. To manage a large number of firewalls, use the Barracuda Firewall Control Center, deployed either directly in Azure or on-premises.
For more information, see Implementation Guide - CloudGen Firewall in Azure.
How to Integrate a CloudGen Firewall with SCADAfence
This guide covers the integration of SCADAfence as a continuous network monitoring solution with the Barracuda CloudGen Firewall or Control Center. Offering API-based access with automated response mechanisms and adopting advanced Industrial IoT and OT technologies, SCADAfence provides more visibility and security for organizations and ensures flexibility in the actions performed.
For more information, see How to Integrate a CloudGen Firewall with SCADAfence.
How to Integrate Crosser Edge Analytics with the Barracuda Secure Connector
This guide covers the deployment of Crosser IoT Edge Streaming Analytics on the Barracuda Secure Connector in order to enable effective processing of useful data in an on-premises or cloud analytics platform. Deployed as a container, the solution allows collected data to be aggregated, combined, and prefiltered to reduce the cost for storage and intermittent transmission.
For more information, see How to Integrate Crosser Edge Analytics with the Barracuda Secure Connector.
How to Enable Filebeat Stream to a Logstash Pipeline
This guide covers the configuration of Filebeat log data streaming from Barracuda Firewall Insights to a Logstash server in order to gather information on firewall activity, threat logs, and information related to the network, version, and location of managed firewall units.
For more information, see How to Enable Filebeat Stream to a Logstash Pipeline.
How to Enable Integration with Barracuda XDR
Barracuda XDR detects threats with a managed XDR platform, backed by a 24×7 Security Operations Center (SOC) to streamline responses to incidents, thereby reducing the potential damage of attacks. Customer data is stored in the respective region where the customer is located. Any transfer of customer data outside the region will be done in compliance with the GDPR and applicable local privacy laws. Barracuda XDR supports TLS protocol to transfer data from customer sensors to the data lake in AWS.
For more information, see How to Enable Integration with Barracuda XDR.