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About FortiGate for OCI

Use Case: Securing VCN Resources on OCI

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Models

FortiGate-VM is available with different CPU and RAM sizes and can be deployed on various private and public cloud platforms. The following table shows the models conventionally available to order, also known as bring your own license (BYOL) models. See Order types.

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1 OCPU is typically equivalent to 2 vCPU as mentioned in the Compute Classic FAQ.

Model name

vCPU

Minimum

Maximum

FG-VM02 or 02v

1

2

FG-VM04 or 04v

1

4

FG-VM08 or 08v

1

8

FG-VM16 or 16v

1

16

FG-VM32 or 32v

1

32

FG-VMUL or ULv

1

Unlimited

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By default, the v-series does not support virtual domains (VDOMs) by default. To run VDOMs on v-models, you must purchase additional VDOM licenses. You can add and stack VDOMs up to the maximum supported number after initial deployment.

Generally there are RAM size restrictions to FortiGate BYOL licenses. However, these restrictions are not applicable to OCI deployments. Any RAM size with certain CPU models are allowed. Licenses are based on the number of CPUs only.

Previously, platform-specific models such as FortiGate for OCI with an OCI-specific orderable menu existed. However, the common model now applies to all supported platforms.

For information about each model's order information, capacity limits, and adding VDOMs, see the FortiGate-VM datasheet.

The primary requirement for provisioning a virtual FortiGate may be the number of interfaces it can accommodate rather than its processing capabilities. In some cloud environments, options with a high number of interfaces tend to have high numbers of vCPUs.

Resources

Models

FortiGate-VM is available with different CPU and RAM sizes and can be deployed on various private and public cloud platforms. The following table shows the models conventionally available to order, also known as bring your own license (BYOL) models. See Order types.

note icon

1 OCPU is typically equivalent to 2 vCPU as mentioned in the Compute Classic FAQ.

Model name

vCPU

Minimum

Maximum

FG-VM02 or 02v

1

2

FG-VM04 or 04v

1

4

FG-VM08 or 08v

1

8

FG-VM16 or 16v

1

16

FG-VM32 or 32v

1

32

FG-VMUL or ULv

1

Unlimited

note icon

By default, the v-series does not support virtual domains (VDOMs) by default. To run VDOMs on v-models, you must purchase additional VDOM licenses. You can add and stack VDOMs up to the maximum supported number after initial deployment.

Generally there are RAM size restrictions to FortiGate BYOL licenses. However, these restrictions are not applicable to OCI deployments. Any RAM size with certain CPU models are allowed. Licenses are based on the number of CPUs only.

Previously, platform-specific models such as FortiGate for OCI with an OCI-specific orderable menu existed. However, the common model now applies to all supported platforms.

For information about each model's order information, capacity limits, and adding VDOMs, see the FortiGate-VM datasheet.

The primary requirement for provisioning a virtual FortiGate may be the number of interfaces it can accommodate rather than its processing capabilities. In some cloud environments, options with a high number of interfaces tend to have high numbers of vCPUs.