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Instructions

Student Login Instructions:
1. Go to https://app.securiti.ai
2. Enter the username and password provided to you separately by Securiti (example: [email protected])
3. Click on Log in
4. Enter the given user name, and your new password
5. Click on Log in

Naming conventions

This course uses a virtual lab that is shared with other students. To avoid naming conflicts, please add the first letter of your name and surname at the beginning of each configuration you make in the lab environment.

Example:
Student name: Joe Doe
Policy: JDpolicy
Dictionary: JDdictionary

Important: Please do not delete any configuration in the tenant.

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Exercises

Estimated Time: 15 Minutes

Review of Installing a pod process

  1. Go to Settings > Deployment > Pods
  2. Click in New Cluster
  3. On Cluster Name, type first letter of your name and the word “Appliance”
  4. On Connector count, type 6
  5. For Country, select United States of America
  6. For State / Region, select Alabama
  7. Click in Create Instance & Continue
  8. Go to the tab Master Node
  9. On Installation Method, select Automated install
  10. On Cluster/Master Node IP, you must specify the IP address of your appliance machine. For lab test, type 192.168.1.123
  11. On Secret, click in Generate Secret Key.
  12. Click in Generate CURL Command

This finishes the exercise. In a production environment, the next step would be to copy the CURL command to your linux machine and run as root to install the POD.

Reviewing the POD configuration

  1. Go to Settings > Deployment > Pods
  2. Find the POD called Lab-Pod and click to edit
  3. Review the Basic Information tab
  4. Review the Master Node tab
  5. Confirm the version this POD is running
  6. In Audit trail tab, confirm when this POD was created

Upgrading an existing POD

  1. Go to Settings > Deployment > Pods
  2. In the appliance information, go to the right side and click in the 3 dots
  3. Click in Edit
  4. Go to Master Node tab
  5. Copy the CURL command

This finishes the exercise. In a production environment, the next step, would be to copy the CURL command to your linux machine and run as root to upgrade manually the POD

Backing up and restoring pods

  1. Go to Settings > Deployment > Pods
  2. In the appliance information, go to the right side and click in the 3 dots
  3. Click in Edit
  4. Go to Backup & Restore tab
  5. Here you add the information to create the POD backup

End of Lab

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