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Re: Intrusion detection
OpenStack doesn't have a specific IDS built in, if that's what you are
Instead, you could deploy a host based or network based IDS yourself.
Depending on your network environment, and what sort of thing you wish
to burden your servers with, there are many possible choices.
Do you have a specific thread scenario in mind? For example, do you
suspect someone within your network/enterprise to attempt to access a
system they shouldn't? Or is your OpenStack cluster exposed to the
Or - a very different scenario - do you wish to offer IDS services to
On Tue, 2013-01-29 at 17:39 +0000, Hassan EL ALLOUSSI wrote:
> Hi Mr Razique,
> Rather what does openstack provide for itself?
> If there is no solution implemented by default by openstack, what are
> the solution that could be installed in openstack?
> Thank u in advance
> 2013/1/29 Razique Mahroua <razique.mahroua@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hey Hassan,
> what do you mean exactly by that?
> Are there any company who deployed and IDS on it, or does
> OpenStack provide IDS for itself?
> Razique Mahroua - Nuage & Co
> Tel : +33 9 72 37 94 15
> Le 29 janv. 2013 à 18:05, Hassan EL ALLOUSSI
> <halloussi@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> > Hi everybody,
> > Is there an Intrusion Detection System used by Openstack?
> > Please help.
> > Best regards
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