Palo Alto Threat Prevention Pricing and License Cost

reviewer725523
General Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The pricing and the licensing are pretty competitive at this stage. As a reseller, I would like to see the price come down a little bit so I can compete better against other firewalls because we do that all the time. Especially on these smaller firewalls and so on, we need to be a bit more competitive. Palo Alto is a company that focuses more on the high endS, high-speed class type of massive organizations and firewalls and so on, which is why they are the most scalable firewall. In Africa, the organizations tend to be smaller than you would get in Europe, the USA, China and those types of places so we tend to sell more of the smaller firewalls. Palo Alto's smallest firewall at this stage is very expensive which makes it difficult, but then again it's just not the area that they're really playing in. It still outperforms any of the other firewalls. View full review »
MaksimVedernikov
Network Administrator at SA Tallinna Lasteghaigla
If you want to have all of the good features then you have to pay extra for licensing. View full review »
SHAIKAHMED
Head Of Information Security at SAUDI PARAMOUNT COMPUTER SYSTEMS
We take licensing on a yearly basis. Palo Alto provides a straightforward cost structure on the annual plan. View full review »
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Vishal Goorye
Network Security Engineer at Mauritius Telecom
Compared to other security offerings, Palo Alto is very expensive. Palo Alto also doesn't offer many discounts. They may discount as much as 15%. However, in comparison, Cisco can give a discount of up to 85%. View full review »
Consulti678
Consultant at a aerospace/defense firm with 501-1,000 employees
The pricing is a bit higher than the competition, but it's okay. The cost seems cheaper than Cisco's Firepower. View full review »
Ang Sokroeurn
Information Security Officer at National Bank of Cambodia
It's not too expensive. It's a more powerful tool for IT companies that need a next-generation tool. View full review »
ThineshSiva
Managing Director at Teceze
It is an expensive solution and I would like to see a drop in price. View full review »
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