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Last update: 2021-12-06

About Sophos Cloud Optix

Sophos Cloud Optix is an AI-powered security and compliance platform for public cloud environments.

Sophos Cloud Optix:

  • Provides a real-time inventory of your servers, storage, and network elements in the cloud.
  • Helps you manage resources, monitor security, and meet compliance standards in one simple-to-use interface.
  • When combined with Intercept X Advanced for Server, provides enhanced protection for your cloud workloads and more efficient security agent management.

You can get Sophos Cloud Optix in the following ways:

  • You can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Sophos Cloud Optix Advanced in Sophos Central.

    See Sign up for a free trial.

  • You can buy Sophos Cloud Optix Advanced as a standalone license. This is the full version of Sophos Cloud Optix, managed in Sophos Central.

    See Sophos Cloud Optix versions.

  • You can buy Sophos Cloud Optix on a pay-as-you-go (PAYG) basis through AWS Marketplace.

  • If you have an Intercept X Advanced for Server term license you can get Sophos Cloud Optix Standard. This is a subset of the full product. To compare the features of Sophos Cloud Optix Standard with those of Sophos Cloud Optix Advanced, see Sophos Cloud Optix versions.

    You can get Sophos Cloud Optix Advanced separately, whether you have an Intercept X Advanced for Server term license or not.

Sophos Managed Service Provider (MSP) partners can also get Sophos Cloud Optix in Sophos Central and buy it on a monthly basis, based on aggregate usage across their customers.

For more information, see Sophos Cloud Security Posture Management.

Sophos Cloud Optix subscriptions are based on the number of cloud assets in the cloud environments that you add to the service. See Sophos Cloud Optix licensing.

Note

The Sophos Cloud Optix service is hosted in the US. Customers in other countries can purchase and use the US-hosted service. The service is not currently available from Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, and Venezuela.

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