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Deploying the FortiADC-VM

There are two ways to deploy FortiADC-VM on Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2):

  • Bring Your Own License (BYOL) — Requires a FortiADC-VM.
  • On-demand — Provides a fully-licensed instance of FortiADC-VM, all FortiGuard services, and technical support on an hourly basis.

Both methods require an existing Amazon EC2 account and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). You can deploy the FortiADC-VM for AWS using AWS Marketplace or from your own AMIs directly.

Note

Starting from version 5.2.4, we suggest configuring the FortiADC from Amazon Marketplace.

Deploying the FortiADC-VM

There are two ways to deploy FortiADC-VM on Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2):

  • Bring Your Own License (BYOL) — Requires a FortiADC-VM.
  • On-demand — Provides a fully-licensed instance of FortiADC-VM, all FortiGuard services, and technical support on an hourly basis.

Both methods require an existing Amazon EC2 account and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). You can deploy the FortiADC-VM for AWS using AWS Marketplace or from your own AMIs directly.

Note

Starting from version 5.2.4, we suggest configuring the FortiADC from Amazon Marketplace.