GCP VM-Series - Terraform Examples
Build a cloud security architecture in GCP with the power of Terraform using these example architectures and example usages of modules.
Terraform modules offer a modular and reusable infrastructure-as-code approach, enabling administrators to provision and configure VM-Series firewalls with ease. By utilizing these curated example usages of Terraform modules, security teams can rapidly deploy Palo Alto Networks products and services across GCP environments, ensuring consistent and reliable security policies are enforced.
Palo Alto Networks with Terraform is a seamless and efficient path to meet a specific cloud security need for any GCP deployments, providing organizations with more control over their cloud infrastructure.
📄️ Standalone Panorama Deployment
The scope of this code is to deploy one or more vpc networks and subnetworks along with one or more panorama instances in a single project and region in Google Cloud. The example deploys panorama to be used in management only mode (without additional logging disks). For option on how to add additional logging disks - please refer to panorama module documentation
📄️ Common Firewall Option with High Availability
Palo Alto Networks produces several validated reference architecture design and deployment documentation guides, which describe well-architected and tested deployments. When deploying VM-Series in a public cloud, the reference architectures guide users toward the best security outcomes, whilst reducing rollout time and avoiding common integration efforts.