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FortiManager 

Automation-Driven Network Management

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FortiManager

Overview
The rapid influx of digital transformation (DX) technologies has made networks and network security much more complex and vulnerable. While malicious cyberattacks remain a serious problem, a recent Ponemon study shows that more than half of all breaches last year came from benign sources that could have been prevented. A security strategy that prioritizes automation-driven network operations can help. As part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiManager supports network operations use cases for centralized management, best practices compliance, and workflow automation to provide better protection against breaches. 

Automation-Driven Single Pane of Glass Management
Ponemon recently came out with a study where they interviewed more than 2200 professions – what they concluded as part of that research was that 52% of root causes for a breach are a result of either human error or system glitches. In this video, learn about the 3 use cases FortiManager delivers to help address the key root causes of breaches.

Features and Benefits

Centralized management
 Provides a rich set of tools to centrally manage 100,000+ devices such as firewalls, switches, and access points from a single console

Enterprise-grade high availability
 Automatically backs up the FortiManager database to up to five nodes in a cluster that can be geographically dispersed for disaster recovery

Secure SD-WAN provisioning and monitoring
 Provision and monitor Secure SD-WAN from one console across all branch offices or campuses

Security automation
 Reduces complexity and cost leveraging automation enabled via REST API, scripts, connectors, and automation stiches.

Enterprise-ready integrations
 Provides turn-key integration with no extra charge for trusted partner products such as Splunk, IBM QRadar, ServiceNow, Tufin, and AlgoSec. 

Multi-tenancy and administrative domains (ADOMs)
 Separate customer data and manage domains leveraging ADOMs to be compliant and operationally effective.

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