Over the past few months we’ve added new features and functionality to Sophos UTM on AWS. Changes occur more frequently in the cloud, so we wanted to provide you a summary of everything that has happened in case you missed it.
These enhancements allow you to run Sophos UTM in additional AWS Regions, take advantage of deeper integrations with other AWS services (such as ELB Proxy Protocol and CloudWatch Logs), and also makes it easier for you to deploy and expand your Sophos UTM on AWS investment. Read on to learn more, or if you’re ready to get started, go straight to the release notes: 9.409, 9.411.
Availability in additional AWS Regions
Now you can run Sophos UTM on AWS in more regions including Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central), Europe (London), and the US East (Ohio) Region. We continually add support for new regions based on customer demand. You can visit the Sophos UTM on AWS listing in the AWS Marketplace for the latest information on regional availability.
Deeper Integration with AWS services
Take advantage of Amazon Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) with Proxy Protocol. While Sophos UTM on AWS support for ELB is not new, support for Proxy Protocol is. Read more