In part 1 we installed the VMware vShield part which is needed to get Trend Micro Deep Security up and running. In part 2 we created a database instance that will be used by the Deep Security Manager (DSM). In this part we’ll focus on the installation of the DSM itself. The DSM is the management interface used to manage and monitor the Deep Security environment. You will use this to deploy Deep Security Virtual Appliance (DSVA) instances as well as creating scan profiles, monitor the Deep Security infrastructure and more.
Let’s install the DSM now, first we’ll need to make sure we’ll have the right software (can be downloaded here):
After you’ve downloaded and extracted the Deep Security Manager files, doubleclick on the manager execution file
The Setup will start and in the Welcome screen Click Next
In the License Agreement screen select I accept.. and then click Next
In the Select Destination Directory screen Browse to the destination folder and Click Next
In the database screen select and setup the right Database setup (as created in part 2) and click Next
In the License screen provide your License activation code and press Next
In the Adress and Ports screen provide the FQDN of the DSM and click Next
In the credentials screen Provide a Username (MasterAdmin is standard) and a password and click Next
In the security update window leave the defaults and click Next
In the Co-located Relay screen select Yes and include AntiMalware and click Next
In the Smart Protection Network screen Enable Trend Micro Smart Feedback and click Next
In the confirm Settings click finish to install the DSM
After the installation is finished open a browser and browse to the FQDN (httpS://yourdsm.xxx:4119) of the DSM in the logon screen provide the username and password to log in to the DSM
After Login the DSM interface will look like this
In Part 4 we’ll install a Deep Security Virtual Appliance (DSVA). See you there 😉 And if you have any question please let me know.
Today VMware (John Troyer) opened the VMware vExpert 2013 application program. As a vExpert 2012 I know how awesome it is to be in this awesome group of people. I’ll quote John for what the vExpert title is all about:
Each year, we bring together in the vExpert Program the people who have made some of the most important contributions to the VMware community. These are the bloggers, book authors, VMUG leaders, speakers, tool builders, community leaders and general enthusiasts. They work as IT admins and architects for VMware customers, they act as trusted advisors and implementors for VMware partners or as independent consultants, and some work for VMware itself. All of them have the passion and enthusiasm for technology and applying technology to solve problems. They have contributed to the success of us all by sharing their knowledge and expertise over their days, nights, and weekends. They are, quite frankly, the most interesting and talented group of people I’ve ever been in a room with.
There are three paths that you can follow for becoming a vExpert:
The Evangelist Path includes book authors, bloggers, tool builders, public speakers, VMTN contributors, and other IT professionals who share their knowledge and passion with others with the leverage of a personal public platform to reach many people. Employees of VMware can also apply via the Evangelist path. A VMware employee reference is recommended if your activities weren’t all in public or were in a language other than English.
The Customer Path is for leaders from VMware customer organizations. They have been internal champions in their organizations, or worked with VMware to build success stories, act as customer references, given public interviews, spoken at conferences, or were VMUG leaders. A VMware employee reference is recommended if your activities weren’t all in public.
VPN (VMware Partner Network) Path
The VPN Path is for employees of our partner companies who lead with passion and by example, who are committed to continuous learning through accreditations and certifications and to making their technical knowledge and expertise available to many. This can take shape of event participation, video, IP generation, as well as public speaking engagements. A VMware employee reference is required for VPN Path candidates.
This year it is possible again to Recommend someone for the vExpert Title. When you know someone that goes above and beyond whenever it comes to VMware make sure to recommend her/him at this site: