Getting Started with Baffle Manager
Configuring the Baffle Manager console is the first step in implementing Baffle Data Protection Services on your site. The process for configuring a Baffle Manager differs slightly depending on your platform. Click the link for your platform and perform the steps in that task:
- Configure the Baffle Manager AMI from AWS Marketplace – Amazon S3
- Install Baffle Manager on a Virtual Machine (VM) – Virtual Machine (VM) or on-premise
- Deploy Baffle Manager with Docker Containers – Standalone system or Kubernetes cluster
- Install Baffle Manager on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) – AKS cluster
The next step in configuring Baffle Data Protection Services comprises the following tasks:
- Connect to a Keystore – Enroll a keystore for encryption keys.
- Connect to a Data Store – Configure a connection to a database.
Baffle Shield enforces Data Protection Policies, encrypting the data in the databases you configured in the Connect to a Data Store task.
The process for configuring a Baffle Shield differs slightly depending on your platform. Click the link for your platform and perform the steps in that task:
- Configure a Baffle Shield – AWS AMI - Amazon S3
- Configure Baffle Shield – VM or On-Prem – Virtual Machine (VM) or on-premise installation
- Deploy a Self-Registered Baffle Shield - Amazon EKS – Docker container orchestrated by Amazon Kubernetes Service (EKS)
- Deploy Baffle Shields on an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Cluster - Azure Kubernetes Service Self-registered Baffle Shields
You established all the components of Baffle’s Advanced Data Protection in the previous tasks. The following tasks bring the components together with creating an application, defining a Data Protection Policy and then encrypting and decrypting data.
The next steps are to:
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