Encrypting virtual patterns with IBM Encryption Pattern for Security First SPxBitFiler-IPA
IBM Encryption Pattern for Security First SPxBitFiler-IPA provides encryption of data-at-rest data associated with your deployed virtual system patterns and virtual applications patterns in the IBM PureApplication System and IBM PureApplication Service environments.
Security First SPxBitFiler-IPA is a software application from Security First Corp. that is supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Microsoft Windows, and AIX operating systems.
Operating at the kernel level to achieve both maximum performance and ease of use, Security First SPxBitFiler-IPA transforms data management by weaving security directly into the data at the bit level by encrypting and splitting the data. This creates a solution with highly available, protected data that is only accessible with proper credentials.
See the attached documents for information about obtaining the Security First SPxBitFiler-IPA encryption package from IBM PureSystems Centre, and incorporating this function into your virtual patterns in the IBM PureApplication System and IBM PureApplication Service environments.
Supported Product Environment
Knowledge Center Documentation
IBM PureApplication System v1.1.0.x
IBM PureApplication System v2.0.0.x
IBM PureApplication Service v2.0.0.x
Added documentation for IBM PureApplication System v2.0.0.x and IBM PureApplication Service v2.0.0.x;.
Added links to Knowledge Center documentation.
Updated all versions of the documentation :
- Updated the URL to the list of supported kernel services on the Security First web site.
Updated the documentation for IBM PureApplication Service v2.0.0.x :
- Clarified prerequisites for Red Hat Satellite Server
Updated the documentation for PureApplication System v2.0.0.x and PureApplication Service v2.0.0.x
- Added Red Hat Enterprise Linux kernel version 6.6 to the list of supported operating system platforms
More support for:
Software version: 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 2.0, 220.127.116.11
Operating system(s): AIX, Linux
Reference #: 7038834
Modified date: 04 March 2015
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