Hello gurus,Do you have any materials I can use to do a migration of CA PAM server on premise to AWS?possible solutions I thought are the below:
1- perhaps create a fail over cluster using the machine on premise and an EC2 on AWS and then fail over to AWS EC2.2- Some how replicating the on premise CA PAM to a CA PAM Server on AWS (EC2 server)Can you send me any links in relation to this?Much appreciated!!!
Thanks a lot sir!
I will do exactly that!!
Question for you:
So building PAM on AWS will cost me for a new licensing and everything orwill the license for the original server should remain valid for the building of the PAM on the new server in AWS?
I really appreciate your time and inputs.
So my company has physical appliances to migrate to AWS and clustering does not allow between Hardware appliances and AWS AMIs.
" The AWS AMI instance can only be clustered with other AWS AMI instances." https://techdocs.broadcom.com/content/broadcom/techdocs/us/en/ca-enterprise-software/layer7-privileged-access-management/privileged-access-manager/3-0-1/deploying.html
Any thoughts on this?
I am thinking to have PAM installed on an AWS EC2 (if not prohibited) instance and then have the physical and the EC2 in one cluster and then fail over to the EC2.
If not "an VMware OVA VM instances and the hardware appliance can be in the same cluster. " So I can convert the VMware OVA to AWS AMI and create an EC instance using the AMI. But again if the pam cannot be run on an EC2, the AMI may not work as well. So can you confirm if PAM can be installed on an EC2 instance (EC2 are just like any machine except they are on AWS cloud).V/R
Oh that is a wonderful news!!
One more questions I have for you is that we can only have one physical appliance on one site (on premise) and then the second site (on AWS) can also have only one virtual instance (the EC2 created using the AMI you guys provide). Just making sure that the multi site does not require that we have a multi master set up in our on premise environment.Thanks in advance!