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10 Things To Know About The $420M Palo Alto Networks-CloudGenix Deal

From embracing subscription pricing to unlocking opportunities for service providers, here are the biggest things the channel should know about Palo Alto Networks’ intended purchase of CloudGenix.

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1. Both CloudGenix, Prisma Access Embrace Subscription Pricing

The CloudGenix pricing structure is largely based on a subscription model and is priced by the size of the branch office, according to Klarich. The entire CloudGenix offering – including hardware – is included in the subscription, Klarich said.

As Palo Alto Networks looks forward, the primary strategic focus will be on integrated CloudGenix with Prisma Access, which Klarich said is also designed as a subscription model. The company hasn’t finalized all the pricing models, and expects to go through refining the integration plan during the process leading up to the close of the deal, according to Klarich.

Having said that, Klarich anticipates that the CloudGenix and Prisma Access pricing models will fit seamlessly together.

 
 
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