The ZeroLock™ Management Console (ZMC) is the backend component of the ZeroLock™ security suite. The ZMC performs command and control for ZeroLock™ Agent software that runs on protected endpoints.The ZMC is comprised of several components, including ux-server, collector, and database. These components run in a containerized environment on a variety of host operating systems.
The Installer prepares the host operating system (starting with a fresh install) to run the ZMC.
The Installer identifies the latest previous version of the ZMC, (optionally) backs it up and copies the database, and then migrates the copied database to the latest schema.
Minimum System Requirements
Before proceeding with installing the server you should verify that the target system meets the minimum requirements as outlined below.
ZeroLock™ Server Requirements
|Disk Space||100GB (dependent on number of endpoints and data retention duration)|
|CPU Cores||4 (min) or more (recommended)|
|Installation Requirements||Latest version of Docker|
ZeroLock™ Endpoint Agent Requirements
|Linux Kernel v3.5 or higher. Distribution agnostic.|
|Processor||x86-64, ARM-64 (coming soon)|
|Kernel Mods||No kernel modifications or modules required|
|VM/Container Support||ZeroLock™ runs on bare metal, virtual machines, and containers (including public / private / hybrid cloud instances)|
RPM-based systems (Fedora and CentOS):
Debian-based systems (Ubuntu):
Communications to the ZMC requires two ports – 7443 and 443.
The ZMC requires port 7443 to the ux-server container and the agent communicates on port 443 (https) to the collector container. The local firewall must allow those ports/protocols inbound.
Docker Set Up
Download and install the latest Docker. Ensure the User that will be launching the ZMC containers is not root but part of the docker group. The User must be able to launch Docker without sudo access.
- Install Docker Engine on Ubuntu | Docker Documentation
- Install Docker Engine on CentOS | Docker Documentation
Note: At this time, Podman is not supported.
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