Palo Alto Networks WildFire Pricing and License Cost

JasonMcFeetors
Information Technology Manager at a construction company with 51-200 employees
Smaller organizations may find it a bit costly. It is not a cheap solution, simply because of everything that it can do, so there might be a cost barrier for smaller organizations. We pay between $3,000 and $4,000 CAD ($2,200 - $3,000 USD) per year to maintain this solution. There are different charges the depend on the different options, such as WildFire or different virus signatures. View full review »
Umesh Wadhwa
CEO at E-DIRECT CLOUD SOLUTIONS SP. Z O.O.
This is an expensive product and the market for Palo Alto in Poland could be much bigger if the pricing was comparable to Fortinet. We have lost a lot of deals to Fortinet over the price issue. As an example, if somebody is satisfied with Fortinet and they only need to renew their subscription then it is difficult to convince them to try a completely new device at a higher price. View full review »
Girish Vyas
Architect - Cloud Serviced at NTT Global Networks
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 »
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ShafiFaruk
Network Manager at 3C Information Solutions Inc
This solution is very pricey and it depends on the package that you implement. There are sometimes promotions on, which can save on costs. 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 »
reviewer1189212
Technical Support Engineer at a venture capital & private equity firm with 501-1,000 employees
The pricing of the solution is a bit higher, but it's worth the extra money you will spend because of the protection that you get. View full review »
Dwayne Samson
Senior Analyst Security and Compliance at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Some services require additional licensing. WildFire was one of the services we definitely wanted out of the gate. Suggestion is to determine your requirements of services and map back to the cost of turning on the service. 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 »
reviewer1396008
Senior Network Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
The pricing is highly expensive. View full review »
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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