Demonstration on how easy it is to configure HashiCorp Vault Enterprise as a Key Management Server for securing and encrypting VMware Virtual Machines and vSAN Storage.
Vault Enterprise as an external key manager for NetApp Encryption, organizations can save money, time, and resources. It is certified by NetApp, supports the OASIS KMIP protocol.
Get hands on using this learn Guide with Vault Enterprise KMIP secrets engine which allows Vault to act as a KMIP server for clients that retrieve cryptographic keys for encrypting data via KMIP protocol.
The KMIP secrets engine allows Vault to act as a Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) server provider and handle the lifecycle of its KMIP managed objects.
HashiCorp Vault Enterprise has successfully completed product compatibility validations for both VMware vSphere and NetApp ONTAP.
NetApp’s most security-conscious customers require an external key server to ensure that keys used for data-at-rest encryption are fully protected.
Using KMIP, Vault Enterprise and VMware can be seamlessly integrated to secure data within a VMware environment. Vault recently completed VMware product compatibility validation against vSphere 6.5 and 6.7 to satisfy our customers' requirements for certified solutions when using Vault and VMware (VM Encryption and vSAN Encryption).
HashiCorp’s Vault Enterprise can be used as a flexible, very cost-effective, and scalable external key manager solution. It is certified by NetApp, supports the OASIS KMIP protocol, and integrates with any PKCS #11 compliant HSM. Vault completed NetApp product interoperability validation against ONTAP 9.7, 9.6, and 9.3 to satisfy our customers' requirements for certified solutions when using Vault and NetApp.
In this brief we’ll explain how Vault Enterprise can used as a flexible and scalable external key manager solution for securing and encrypting storage systems.
Vault Open Source addresses the technical complexity of managing secrets by leveraging trusted identities across distributed infrastructure and clouds.