Cloudspaces

  • Allocate a Cloudspace

    As a Team Manager you can allocate a new cloudspace in one of the clouds your team owns. A cloudspace includes the resources and security features mentioned in this article on cloudspace security (/articles/cloudspace-security). You can allocate multiple cloudspaces for your team (up to the team...
  • Cloudspace Networking

    Each CONS3RT cloudspace has two networks by default, each with a class C (/24) address space. One network is called cons3rt-net for use by CONS3RT for provisioning, asset installations, remote access, and services like the yum repository. The other default network is called the user-net, for use ...
  • Cloudspace Security

    CONS3RT allocated cloudspaces have many security features included out of the box including: Credentials that are scoped to your cloudspace and easy to rotate Networks available to only your cloudspace A cloudspace boundary which includes firewalls, network/port address translation (NAT/PAT), an...
  • Create a user-net in CONS3RT AWS Cloud

    The CONS3RT team recommends adding at least one additional network, called the user-net into your cloudspace. To add a user-net: Start here if you are editing an existing Cloud From the main menu, select Clouds and click on the cloud you would like to manage Click the Manage button at the top-r...
  • Delete my AWS Cloudspace

    The best way to clean up your AWS cloudspace is to perform a de-allocation from CONS3RT. To do this you must be a Team Manager, and here are the steps: Navigate to your AWS Cloudspace page under the Main Menu --> Cloudspaces Click on the Runs tab If there are any "Available: runs listed, clic...
  • Manage OS Templates

    Register a New OS Template This article assumes that an OS template has been created already, and needs to be registered to your CONS3RT Cloudspace. Log in to cloud infrastructure backend (AWS, vCloud, Openstack, Azure, etc.) On the OS template that you'd like to register, add the meta data ta...
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP) in a Cloudspace

    The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems. The perimeter network device for each network in a cloudspace provides NTP. It is at x.x.x.254 on a given network. Upstream there may be some capture and redirect. Getting to an external ...