The first phase of the Early Access Program (EAP) has been very successful with hundreds of participants testing this early solution in a variety of different environments and providing valuable feedback.
We are now preparing to end the first phase on August 10th, in preparation for the second phase of the program: EAP2 which will begin in early October.
Please note: on August 10th, current ZTNA capabilities in Sophos Central will be removed to enable setup for the second phase. Any ZTNA gateway instances will continue to run, servicing client requests, but no changes can be made via Sophos Central after August 10th.
The next phase of this program will begin rolling-out early access to the planned shipping capabilities of the Sophos ZTNA product such as a Windows client with integrated deployment alongside Sophos Intercept X, Synchronized Security integration for device health, and additional platform support for ZTNA gateways and identity providers.
Here’s a full list of the features and supported platforms expected in the generally available (GA) shipping release:
We will provide additional updates here as we get closer to the next phase of the EAP. Thank you very much for your support and feedback during this important early access program.
Hi Andrea. Azure AD is a prerequisite. In order to use Sophos ZTNA, you should have the required user groups on Azure. We do intend to support more Identity providers in the future.
Hi, We do not have AD Azure but Micorfocus OES server
Hi Tom, utilising XGS as a ZTNA gateway is a part of our long term roadmap.
Are there any plans to utilise the Sophos XGS as a Gateway?
Hi Jason, Thanks for your feedback. Hyper-V support is on our roadmap and is planned soon after the 1.0 release.