The Integration Server connects to each protected virtual infrastructure and receives necessary information for application operation. Depending on the type of protected virtual infrastructure the Integration Server connects to one of the following virtual infrastructure objects:
When connecting to virtual infrastructure objects, the Integration Server uses settings that were specified during installation of the Protection Server by default.
In the Infrastructure connection settings section of the Integration Server Console, you can perform the following actions:
The Infrastructure connection settings section of the Integration Server Console displays a list of all virtual infrastructures to which the Integration Server connects.
The list is displayed as a table, with each row containing the following information:
For infrastructure running on VMware vCenter Server, if the use of VMware NSX Manager by Kaspersky Security is enabled, then the table can display IP address in IPv4 format or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of VMware NSX-V Manager or VMware NSX-T Manager. If VMware NSX Manager is used, Kaspersky Security can assign security tags to the protected virtual machines.
If the Integration Server is not connected to the virtual infrastructure object, the table displays an error message.
The Integration Server verifies the authenticity of all virtual infrastructure objects with which a connection is being established, except a Microsoft Windows Server (Hyper-V) hypervisor. Authenticity is not verified for a Microsoft Windows Server (Hyper-V) hypervisor. Authenticity verification for TIONIX Cloud Platform and OpenStack platform microservices is performed only when you use HTTPS protocol for connecting the Integration Server to a virtual infrastructure.
To verify authenticity, the Integration Server receives an SSL certificate or fingerprint of the public key from each virtual infrastructure object and verifies them.
If it fails to ascertain the authenticity of the certificate or public key received from the virtual infrastructure object, the Integration Server breaks the connection with the virtual infrastructure. An error message is displayed in the table. You can resolve this error in one of the following ways:
To confirm the authenticity of the certificate or public key received from the virtual infrastructure object:
If the use of VMware NSX Manager by Kaspersky Security is enabled, the Integration Server also checks the VMware NSX Manager certificate and the table displays a message if a certificate error is detected. You can resolve an error in the VMware NSX Manager certificate in one of the following ways: