Step 7. Creating an initial configuration of the protection of the cloud environment
Dec 4, 2023
At this step, Kaspersky Security Center automatically creates policies and tasks. The Configure initial protection window displays a list of policies and tasks created by the application.
If you use an RDS database in the AWS cloud environment, you have to provide IAM access key pair to Kaspersky Security Center when the Administration Server backup task is being created. In this case, fill in the following fields:
If you use an Azure SQL database in the Azure cloud environment, you have to provide information about your Azure SQL Server to Kaspersky Security Center when the Administration Server backup task is being created. In this case, fill in the following fields:
- Azure storage account name
- Azure Subscription ID
- Azure Application password
- Azure Application ID
- Azure SQL server name
- Azure SQL server resource group
- Azure storage access key
If you are deploying the Administration Server in the Google Cloud, you have to select a folder where the backup copies will be stored. Select a folder on your local device or a folder on a virtual machine instance.
The Next button becomes available after the creation of all policies and tasks that are necessary for minimum configuration of protection.
If a device on which the tasks are supposed to run is not visible to the Administration Server, then the tasks start only when the device becomes visible. If you create a new EC2 instance or a new Azure virtual machine, it might take some time before it becomes visible to the Administration Server. If you want Network Agent and the security applications to be installed on all the newly created devices as soon as possible, make sure that the Run missed tasks option is enabled for the Install application remotely tasks. Otherwise, a newly created instance/virtual machine will not get Network Agent and the security applications until the task starts according to its schedule.