Palo Alto Networks WildFire Pricing and License Cost

Girish Vyas
Architect - Cloud Serviced at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Palo Alto does not require any additional costs to the standard licensing fees, but we have the regular license model. If I just want a firewall, then I need to buy two licenses. If we use a VM base, then I need to buy the VM base license, along with the support package from the provider. However, without the license fee, I need to buy IPS support separately. Other products like Cortex Data Lake support also need to be licensed separately, but that is a wonderful feature. With Palo Alto, I can just go buy whatever extra features I want, and they give me a 30-day free license, so that is useful for me. I can go ahead and buy the product, or if it is not for me anymore, it is free to try. That is a good way to sell their products too. Our subscription runs on a yearly base. View full review »
SridharSingh
Associate Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is a reasonable price compared to other solutions on the market. View full review »
reviewer818484
Information Security Officer at a government with 501-1,000 employees
The licensing fees are on an annual basis and there are no costs in addition to the standard fees. View full review »
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Harish Gupta
Head Of Operations at RAH InfoTech (P) Ltd
The pricing is OK, it is not too expensive. View full review »
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