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Web Filter as Virtual Appliance. Runs in VMware vSphere / ESXi, Hyper-V or Azure/AWS Cloud.

Deploy pre-configured virtual appliance in Amazon AWS  Amazon AWS

Deploy Web Safety web filter in Amazon AWS cloud infrastructure with several mouse clicks. The installation tutorial explains all the steps that need to be taken. Be up and running in several minutes.

Deploy pre-configured virtual appliance in Microsoft Azure  Microsoft Azure

Run the instance of Web Safety web filter in Microsoft Azure. The installation tutorial explains several simple steps to get up and running in minutes. Both BYOL and PAYG licensing schemes are supported.

Run web filter appliance on-premises in VMware vSphere/ESXi  VMware vSphere

Easily deploy the Web Safety web filter on-premises in VMware vSphere/ESXi. Download the ZIP archive, unpack OVA template from it and create a new virtual machine. Can also be deployed on VMware Workstation and VMware Fusion.

Run web filter appliance on-premises in Microsoft Hyper-V  Microsoft Hyper-V

Same virtual machine is available as preconfigured Microsoft Hyper-V virtual appliance. Download the archive, unpack it and import into Hyper-V Manager. Runs perfectly on Windows Server 2012+ and on Windows 10.

Need to install on real hardware? Not a problem at all. Just get the installation packages from Download page. Installation scripts and administrator's guide may also prove to be helpful.

How to Use Virtual Appliance

See it in action in several minutes.

Deploy

Deploy a virtual machine in Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure or on-premises in VMware ESXi/vSphere, VMware Workstation, Fusion or Microsoft Hyper-V. Check the network settings of the virtual appliance and boot it up.

Surf

Point your browser to IP address of virtual machine (port 3128). Surf to your favorite web sites. See how filtering works in your all browsers, network devices, smartphones and tablets.

Manage

Adjust filtering rules, monitor browsing sessions and see traffic reports in administrator's console available at IP address of virtual machine (port 80/HTTP).