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Introduction

Fortinet allows you to easily manage VM usage entitlements for FortiGate-VMs. You can use the Fortinet portal to create VM configurations, generate licensing tokens, and monitor resource consumption in the form of points.

Fortinet subscribers can create multiple sets of a single VM entitlement that corresponds to a licensed virtual machine. Each entitlement contains a base VM with the number of vCPUs, and one of four FortiCare and FortiGuard protection services. Resource consumption is based upon predefined points that are calculated on a daily basis.

FortiGate-VMs with usage entitlements require a one-time token to be installed on every VM. These tokens can be injected into the FortiGate-VM once the VM configurations and vCPU quantities are defined in the Fortinet, portal, and the VMs are deployed on the customer-managed platform in supported clouds and hypervisors.

Introduction

Fortinet allows you to easily manage VM usage entitlements for FortiGate-VMs. You can use the Fortinet portal to create VM configurations, generate licensing tokens, and monitor resource consumption in the form of points.

Fortinet subscribers can create multiple sets of a single VM entitlement that corresponds to a licensed virtual machine. Each entitlement contains a base VM with the number of vCPUs, and one of four FortiCare and FortiGuard protection services. Resource consumption is based upon predefined points that are calculated on a daily basis.

FortiGate-VMs with usage entitlements require a one-time token to be installed on every VM. These tokens can be injected into the FortiGate-VM once the VM configurations and vCPU quantities are defined in the Fortinet, portal, and the VMs are deployed on the customer-managed platform in supported clouds and hypervisors.