Service Gateway Inventory 2.0

Monitor the Service Gateway status, configure settings, and download the Service Gateway virtual appliance.

Important:

This is a “Pre-release” feature and is not considered an official release. Please review the Pre-Release Disclaimer before using the feature.

This feature is not available in all regions.

The Service Gateway provides connections to on-premises products, agents, and third-party applications deployed within your organization's network, providing visibility and allowing management of connected applications through Service Gateway Inventory. The Service Gateway Inventory 2.0 screen (Inventory Management > Service Gateway Inventory) provides an overview of connected Service Gateways.

Action

Description

Deploy a Service Gateway

Click Download Virtual Appliance to open the Service Gateway Virtual Appliance panel.

Follow the steps for your virtualization software to deploy the Service Gateway virtual appliance.

Check Service Gateway details

Click a name in the Service Gateway column to view the Service Gateway screen.

You can manage services from the Service Gateway screen.

Configure Service Gateway settings

Click the gear icon in the Action column to open the Service Gateway Settings panel.

For more information, see Configuring Service Gateway Settings.

Disconnect a Service Gateway

Click the trash icon in the Action column to disconnect a Service Gateway. Disconnecting deletes the Service Gateway settings and usage data stored on Service Gateway Inventory.

Manage the API key

Click the Manage API Key button to obtain or update the API key. The API key is required for Suspicious Object List synchronization and log forwarding. You can also view the connected Service Gateways and services using the current API key.