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The Fortinet network operating system
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What is FortiOS?

It is the Fortinet network operating system. It is the heart of the Fortinet Security Fabric. This operating system is at the core of the Security Fabric and ties all components together to ensure a tight integration across an organization's entire Fabric deployment.
FortiOS is a tool in the Network Management category of a tech stack.

FortiOS's Features

  • Foundation of the Fortinet Security Fabric
  • Ties all components together

FortiOS Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to FortiOS?
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