Sophos UTM for Amazon Web Services – now with Auto Scaling to fit your needs

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Sophos UTM for AWSCloud security doesn’t have to be costly and complex. Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers speed and cost savings. Your cloud security solution should do the same.

As an AWS Advanced Tier security partner, we’re pleased to offer a new feature in Sophos UTM to protect your AWS environments while automatically scaling to fit your needs.

Sophos UTM for AWS now features Auto Scaling, so you can seamlessly scale up during demand spikes, or minimize costs by scaling back automatically during demand lulls.

Our Auto Scaling technology is integrated into the network access and application levels to deliver the flexibility and cost control of a cloud-based solution, eliminating bottlenecks on the AWS architecture.

Sophos UTM offers a suite of user-friendly security tools such as a web application firewall, an inline IPS, VPN gateway functionality, granular firewall and web access controls, with extensive real time and historical reporting.

Sophos UTM is simple to deploy, with easy mapping to Auto Scaling rules that free administrators from minute-to-minute configuration changes. And it’s from an industry leader you know and trust.

Sophos UTM is available now in the AWS Marketplace, where you can select between a number of subscription models, including bring your own license and hourly billing. Customers with current cluster licenses can apply licenses to the updated version.

For datasheets, demonstration videos and more information on Sophos UTM with Auto Scaling, visit sophos.com/aws.

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