Azure Deployment Configuration
Alert Logic allows you to add Azure deployments to the Alert Logic console. The Deployments page appears under the Configuration tab in the Alert Logic console. To add a deployment, click the add icon (), and then enter the requested information to provide Alert Logic with third-party access to the specified cloud environment. For more information about adding deployments for other cloud environments, see AWS Deployment Configuration and Data Center Deployment Configuration.
Name your deployment
In the Deployment Name field, type a descriptive name for the deployment you want to create, and then click SAVE.
Allow access to Azure subscription
To protect your Azure deployment, you must set up an Azure RBAC role to allow Alert Logic to access your account. Fill out the required fields, and then click SAVE. If you need help, see the Configure RBAC Roles in Microsoft Azure.
Please wait while Alert Logic discovers your assets. When discovery is complete, click CONTINUE. Alert Logic displays the assets discovered in your account in topology diagrams. To learn more about topology, click Topology.
You can add external assets by domain name or IP address.
To add external assets:
- Click the add icon () and choose the DNS name or IP address.
- If you chose the DNS name, enter your fully-qualified domain name in the field.
- If you chose IP address, name your external IP address, and then enter the IP address in the field.
- Click SAVE.
Alert Logic discovers and organizes deployments into a visual topology where you can select the desired levels of protection for your assets.
You can define the scope of your protection per VPC or per region. Each VPC appears within its protected region. Click a region or individual VPC to set the service level or leave it unprotected, and then click SAVE.You must choose one of the following levels of coverage:
- Alert Logic Essentials coverage
- Alert Logic Professional coverage
- Alert Logic Enterprise coverage
You also have the option to exclude assets or Azure tags from external scanning, internal scanning, and Network IDS.
To exclude assets for external scanning:
- Select the External Scanning tab to view assets available to exclude.
- Click EXCLUDE for the asset you want to exclude. You can remove an asset from the exclusion list at any time to include the asset in scanning. To remove an asset from the exclusion list, click CANCEL.
- After you apply your exclusions and exit the Exclusions window.
- On the Scope of Protection page, click SAVE.
To exclude assets or Azure tags for internal scanning:
- Select the Internal Scanning tab, and then click ASSETS or TAGS to search for assets or tags available to exclude.
- Click EXCLUDE for the asset or tag you want to exclude. You can remove an asset from the exclusion list at any time to include the asset in scanning. To remove an asset from the exclusion list, click CANCEL.
- After you apply your exclusions, close the Exclusions window.
- On the Scope of Protection page, click SAVE.
To whitelist assets from Network IDS:
- Select the Network IDS Whitelist tab to exclude CIDRs.
- In the Network(s) field, click the drop-down menu to select a network or leave All networks selected.
- In the Protocol(s) field, click the drop-down menu to select a protocol. Select TCP, UDP, or ICMP, or select * to select all IP protocols.
- Enter the network CIDR network address you want to exclude. You must enter a range of network addresses using CIDR format.
Enter 10.0.0.0/24 to exclude IP addresses in the range 10.0.0.0-10.0.0.255.
- Click the drop-down menu to select the port.
You can enter a single port, a part range, or * to select all ports.
Enter 443 for a single port. Enter 1:1024 for a part range.
- Click EXCLUDE AND ADD ANOTHER. Repeat the steps to add more CIDRs. You can remove an asset from the exclusion list at any time to include the asset in scanning. To remove an asset from the exclusion list, click REMOVE.
- After you apply all the necessary exclusions, click out of Exclusions, and then on the Scope of Protection page, click SAVE.
Alert Logic automatically performs certain scans. You can schedule how often and when you want Alert Logic to scan for vulnerabilities from the Internal Scans and External Scans tabs.
To schedule how often you want Alert Logic to scan for vulnerabilities, choose one of the following options:
- Scan as often as necessary—Select this option if you want Alert Logic to scan known assets for vulnerabilities once a day, or twice a day, if significant changes are detected to an asset.
- Scan once a day
- Scan once a week
- Scan once a month
To schedule when you want Alert Logic to scan for vulnerabilities, choose one of the following options:
- Scan whenever necessary—Select this option if you do not want to limit Alert Logic scans to particular days or times.
- Scan only during certain hours on certain days
- Scan only on a certain day
Click SAVE, and then click NEXT.
Configure Cross-Network Protection
You have the option to set up Cross-Network Protection to create connections across networks, in the same or different deployment, but within the same account. Cross-Network Protection allows other networks to use resources from a protecting network with an assigned network appliance.
A protecting network hosts the appliance. The network protected by the protecting network is the protected network. For more information on Cross-Network Protection, see Cross-Network Protection.
Only manual mode deployments have the Cross-Network Protection option.
To configure Cross-Network Protection:
- On the side navigation, click Options under Protection.
- On the Cross-Network Protection tab, click the network or region you want to protect in the topology diagram, or in the Search Assets field, search for the network or region you want to protect.
- Click the search field to search or type the name of a protecting network, and then select one.
- Click SAVE.
The protecting network and protected network are now visible in the topology diagram with distinguishing icons. The Cross-Network Protection Breakdown, on the top left of the topology graph, provides an overview of your Cross-Network Protection connections.
View protected networks
To view protected networks:
- Click the protecting network icon () to see the number of protected networks currently connected.
- Click the details icon () to see a slideout panel that contains protected network names.
View protecting networks
To view protecting networks, click the protected network icon ().
This topology diagram provides an overview of your scope of protection. You can see which assets are unprotected, or being scanned at the Essentials, Professional, or Enterprise levels.
The protection breakdown displays how many assets are unprotected, excluded, and protected, along with the number of protected assets in each level.
Alert Logic provides a single agent that collects data used for analysis, such as log messages and network traffic, metadata, and host identification information. Click the links below for more information and to download the appropriate agent:
You can set up log collection. To add log sources for data you want to collect, see Log Sources.