Tag: SSL

Nakivo Version 8.1 is Now Available

​Nakivo just released version 8.1 of their Backup and Replication Suite. Nakivo supports VMware, Hyper-V, and AWS EC2.  ​What's new in this 'dot' release?  Policy based Data Protection NAKIVO Backup & Replication v8.1 revolutionizes the way companies manage their backup operations by introducing Policy-Based Data Protection. Set up policies for...

vSphere 6.0 Toolkit Update

In my new role at Nutanix I've had the pleasure of working with end customers, and configuring their vSphere 6.0 environment. During this process, SSL certificates have come up. Surprisingly, thus far my clients have chosen the VMCA method of deploying certificates. This is great, as it automates certificate deployments...

VMworld 2015: Certificates for Mere Mortals

Session INF4529 Note: Although not mentioned in this session, I have a SSL toolkit for vSphere 6.0 which makes the replacement process easier. Check out my vSphere 6.0 install guide here for all the details. Certificate Lifecycle Management VMCA: VMware certificate authority VECS: VMware Endpoint Certificate store VMCA Dual Operational...

Ignite 2015: Encryption, Certificates and PKI

Session: BRK3130 Note: This was a great beginner level session for those not familiar with encryption, certificates or PKI. If you are in that boat, I would urge you to find the session video and watch the whole presentation. If you are a security professional and already know about these...

vSphere 6.0 Pt. 12: PSC Machine Certificate

Back in Part 11 of this series we configured the VMCA to be a subordinate CA to our enterprise CA. This ensures that all certificates which get used by vCenter components are automatically trusted. But as previously mentioned, not all organizations can use the VMCA. The US Federal Government would...

vSphere 6.0 Install Pt. 11: VMCA as Subordinate

As mentioned in my vSphere 6.0 install part 3, VMware has introduced a new certificate option in this release. You can now make a built-in VMware certificate authority (VMCA) a subordinate to your enterprise CA. This is great news, as it will allow some automation of the certificate deployment process....

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