CAN I SECURE #VROPS?

Written by Simon Eady on 8/3/2016 · Read in about 1 min (124 words)
Published under VMware and vRealize Operations

vRealize-Operations-Manager-Logo_thumb.jpgThose of you used to using vSphere on a regular basis will already be aware of the hardening guide for ESXi and vSphere but what about vROps?

If the vROps appliance needs to be hardened there is already a VMware provided guide and tool to accommodate.

Secure configuration guide - http://pubs.vmware.com/vrealizeoperationsmanager-61/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vrealize-operations-manager-61-secure-configuration-guide.pdf

“The documentation for Secure Configuration is intended to serve as a secure baseline for the deployment of vRealize Operations Manager.”

The Documentation covers the Virtual Appliance, Linux deployments and Windows deployments.

Update 6th April 2016 - https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/details?downloadGroup=VR-HARDENING-200&productId=563

VMware vRealize Hardening Tool 2.0.0

The vRealize Hardening Tool automates the hardening activity by applying appliance-specific configuration changes to a system. For more information about hardening vRealize and on how to use the vRealize Hardening Tool

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