The Deployment view enables you to create and configure the deployments. The Deployment view includes the following sections:
- ESA Services
- ESA Rules
The following figure shows the Deployment view.
Using the ESA Services section, you can manage each ESA service in the deployment.
In the ESA Services section, you can perform the following.
|Add an ESA service to the deployment.|
|Remove the selected ESA service from the deployment.|
|Show Updates||Open the Updates to the Deployment dialog.|
|Deploy Now||Deploy current set of rules.|
The following table lists the parameters of the ESA Services section.
|Status||Indicates if the deployment status is Added, Deployed, Updated, or Failed.|
|Name||Name of the ESA service.|
|Address||IP address of the host where the ESA service is installed.|
|Version||Version of the ESA service.|
|Last Deployment Date||The date and time when the ESA service was last deployed.|
In the ESA Rules section, you manage rules in the deployment. This section lists all rules that are currently in the deployment.
In the ESA Rules section, you can perform the following.
|Open the Deploy ESA Rules dialog, where you can select a rule.|
|Remove the selected ESA rules from the deployment.|
|Filter the list of rules.|
|Search for a rule.|
The following table lists the parameters of the ESA Rules section.
|Status||Indicates the rule status: |
|Rule Name||Purpose of the ESA rule.|
|Trial Rule||Deployment mode to see if the rule runs efficiently.|
|Severity||Threat level of alert triggered by the rule.|
|Output||The type of the ESA rule.|
|Email, SNMP, Syslog, Script||Indicates which notification types are used for alerts generated by the rules.|
|Last Modified||The date and time when the ESA rule was last modified.|