Each vRealize Suite product must meet security requirements. You must consider authentication and authorization for each product, ensure that certificates meet company requirements, and implement network isolation.
Documentation for product families or individual products can help you secure your environment. This document focuses especially on additional steps you can take to secure the suite of products.
|vCenter ServerESXi||See the vSphere Security documentation for information on many topics including certificate management, securing ESXi, securing vCenter Server, and authentication and authorization.
See the Security of the VMware Hypervisor white paper for ESXi security information.
|vSphere||See the vSphere Security Hardening Guides for your vSphere products.|
|vRealize Automation and related products.||
See Preparing for Installation in the vRealize Automation documentation for information about certificates, pass phrases, user security, using security groups, and so on.
See the vRealize Automation Secure Configuration Guide for information on optimizing the secure configuration of your vRealize Automation environment.
|vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager||See the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager Security Hardening Guide for information on optimizing the secure configuration of your vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager environment.|