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Barracuda Email Security Gateway

Virtual Deployment

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Requirement

This virtual appliance requires a 64-bit capable host.

The Barracuda Email Security Gateway manages all inbound and outbound email traffic to protect organizations from email-borne threats and data leaks. It includes the following features:

  • Secures inbound email traffic against inbound malware, spam, phishing, and Denial of Service attacks.
  • Offloads compute-intensive tasks to the cloud, like antivirus and DDoS filtering, to reduce processing load on the appliance and ensure threats never reach the network perimeter.
  • Spools email for up to 96 hours using the Cloud Protection Layer, with an option to redirect traffic to a secondary server.
  • Ensures that every outbound email complies with corporate DLP policies using outbound filtering and quarantine capabilities.

Barracuda recommends reading Understand the Concepts before continuing with deployment.

Deploying Your Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx

Complete the following steps to deploy your Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx:

  1. Deploy the Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx image.
  2. Allocate the cores, RAM, and hard disk space for your Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx.
  3. Set up the Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx with the Vx Quick Start Guide.
  4. Route email to the Barracuda Email Security Gateway Vx.

Managing Your Virtual Machine

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