Alert Logic® customers using Barkly services now have access to the Alert Logic console and all previous Extended Endpoint Protection services and tools. Customers will notice minimal changes to the Endpoint console and have access to the Endpoint Protection dashboard.
Note: Alert Logic-Barkly customers have access to both the Barkly and Alert Logic console until May 31, 2020, at which point only the Alert Logic console will be accessible. Alert Logic highly recommends you begin using the Alert Logic console immediately and discontinue use of the Barkly console before this date.
Alert Logic Console & Endpoint Protection Dashboard
Alert Logic-Barkly customers have access to the Alert Logic console, which houses the Endpoint console they are familiar with, as well as a new Endpoint Protection dashboard.
Alert Logic recommends that customers acclimate themselves to the Alert Logic console with the knowledge base articles in the Alert Logic Console Overview. The Endpoint Protection dashboard within the Alert Logic console provides easily accessible and at-a-glance graphical information on endpoints and includes data like Malware Attacks Detected, Most Attacked Endpoints, and Malware Attacks Blocked.
Access the Endpoint console within the Alert Logic console by opening the navigation menu () and navigating to Configure > Endpoints. Customers will see an experience very similar to their Barkly Endpoint console.
Note a few changes, additions, and removals to Extended Endpoint Protection in the Alert Logic console--
- Incidents has been renamed Events. The Events tab in the Alert Logic console includes the same tools and data that was found in the Barkly console.
- Customers can now deploy one Virtual Desktop Image to many endpoints. Learn about this in our Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Environments documentation.
- Notification options are accessible in the top right corner of the Alert Logic console at Notifications > Manage Notifications.
Network changes are in effect - all endpoints must have the ability to communicate outbound over TCP connections to defined domains via defined ports. Communication details are available in the Requirements for Alert Logic Extended Endpoint Protection - Communication with Alert Logic documentation.
Finally, Extended Endpoint Protection in the Alert Logic console is now proxy aware. Previously, proxies had to be manually registered; now, Alert Logic has the ability to automatically register customer proxies.