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Installing FortiSIEM in OpenStack

This document provides instructions for installing FortiSIEM on OpenStack.

Installing a Supervisor, Worker, or All-In-One Node

Follow these steps for installing a FortiSIEM Supervisor, Worker, or All-In-One node on OpenStack

Step 1: Download the OpenStack Image

  1. Download the OpenStack Image from the Fortinet Support website https://support.fortinet.com. See "Downloading FortiSIEM Products" for more information on downloading products from the support website.

  2. Unzip the Images.

  3. Verify that there are three disks: system, svn, and cmdb.

Step 2: Create a Volume

  1. Log in to the OpenStack dashboard.

  2. Select the appropriate project from the drop-down menu at the top left.

  3. On the Project tab, open the Volumes tab and click the Volumes category.

  4. Click Create Volume.

    In the dialog box that opens, enter or select the following values.

    • Volume Name: Specify a name for the volume.

    • Description: Optionally, provide a brief description for the volume.

    • Volume Source: Select the following option:

      • Volume: If you choose this option, a new field for Use volume as a source displays. You can select the volume from the list. Options to use a snapshot or a volume as the source are displayed only if there are existing snapshots or volumes. (Select the system disk. )

    • Type: Leave this field blank.

    • Size (GB): Specify the size of the volume in gigabytes (GiB).

    • Availability Zone: Select the Availability Zone from the list. By default, this value is set to the availability zone given by the cloud provider (for example, us-west or apac-south). For some cases, it could be nova.

  5. Click Create Volume.

  6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for the svn and cmdb disks.

Step 3: Create an Instance

Create an instance from the volume created with the system disk (see substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume), but do not boot the instance.

Step 4: Attach the Volume to the Instance

  1. Attach the CMDB volume you created in substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume, then attach it to the instance created in Step 3: Create an Instance.

  2. Attach the SVN volume you created in substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume, then attach it to the instance created in Step 3: Create an Instance.

  3. Boot the instance.

Installing a Collector

Follow these steps to install a FortiSIEM collector on OpenStack.

Step 1: Download the OpenStack Image

  1. Download the OpenStack Image from the Fortinet Support website https://support.fortinet.com. See "Downloading FortiSIEM Products" for more information on downloading products from the support website.

  2. Unzip the Images.

  3. Verify that there are three disks: system, svn, and cmdb.

Step 2: Create a Volume

  1. Log in to the OpenStack dashboard.

  2. Select the appropriate project from the drop-down menu at the top left.

  3. On the Project tab, open the Volumes tab and click the Volumes category.

  4. Click Create Volume.

    In the dialog box that opens, enter or select the following values.

    • Volume Name: Specify a name for the volume.

    • Description: Optionally, provide a brief description for the volume.

    • Volume Source: Select the following option:

      • Volume: If you choose this option, a new field for Use volume as a source displays. You can select the volume from the list. Options to use a snapshot or a volume as the source are displayed only if there are existing snapshots or volumes. (Select the system disk. )

    • Type: Leave this field blank.

    • Size (GB): Specify the size of the volume in gigabytes (GiB).

    • Availability Zone: Select the Availability Zone from the list. By default, this value is set to the availability zone given by the cloud provider (for example, us-west or apac-south). For some cases, it could be nova.

  5. Click Create Volume.

Step 3: Create an Instance

Create an instance from the volume created with the system disk (see substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume), but do not boot the instance.

Installing FortiSIEM in OpenStack

This document provides instructions for installing FortiSIEM on OpenStack.

Installing a Supervisor, Worker, or All-In-One Node

Follow these steps for installing a FortiSIEM Supervisor, Worker, or All-In-One node on OpenStack

Step 1: Download the OpenStack Image

  1. Download the OpenStack Image from the Fortinet Support website https://support.fortinet.com. See "Downloading FortiSIEM Products" for more information on downloading products from the support website.

  2. Unzip the Images.

  3. Verify that there are three disks: system, svn, and cmdb.

Step 2: Create a Volume

  1. Log in to the OpenStack dashboard.

  2. Select the appropriate project from the drop-down menu at the top left.

  3. On the Project tab, open the Volumes tab and click the Volumes category.

  4. Click Create Volume.

    In the dialog box that opens, enter or select the following values.

    • Volume Name: Specify a name for the volume.

    • Description: Optionally, provide a brief description for the volume.

    • Volume Source: Select the following option:

      • Volume: If you choose this option, a new field for Use volume as a source displays. You can select the volume from the list. Options to use a snapshot or a volume as the source are displayed only if there are existing snapshots or volumes. (Select the system disk. )

    • Type: Leave this field blank.

    • Size (GB): Specify the size of the volume in gigabytes (GiB).

    • Availability Zone: Select the Availability Zone from the list. By default, this value is set to the availability zone given by the cloud provider (for example, us-west or apac-south). For some cases, it could be nova.

  5. Click Create Volume.

  6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 for the svn and cmdb disks.

Step 3: Create an Instance

Create an instance from the volume created with the system disk (see substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume), but do not boot the instance.

Step 4: Attach the Volume to the Instance

  1. Attach the CMDB volume you created in substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume, then attach it to the instance created in Step 3: Create an Instance.

  2. Attach the SVN volume you created in substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume, then attach it to the instance created in Step 3: Create an Instance.

  3. Boot the instance.

Installing a Collector

Follow these steps to install a FortiSIEM collector on OpenStack.

Step 1: Download the OpenStack Image

  1. Download the OpenStack Image from the Fortinet Support website https://support.fortinet.com. See "Downloading FortiSIEM Products" for more information on downloading products from the support website.

  2. Unzip the Images.

  3. Verify that there are three disks: system, svn, and cmdb.

Step 2: Create a Volume

  1. Log in to the OpenStack dashboard.

  2. Select the appropriate project from the drop-down menu at the top left.

  3. On the Project tab, open the Volumes tab and click the Volumes category.

  4. Click Create Volume.

    In the dialog box that opens, enter or select the following values.

    • Volume Name: Specify a name for the volume.

    • Description: Optionally, provide a brief description for the volume.

    • Volume Source: Select the following option:

      • Volume: If you choose this option, a new field for Use volume as a source displays. You can select the volume from the list. Options to use a snapshot or a volume as the source are displayed only if there are existing snapshots or volumes. (Select the system disk. )

    • Type: Leave this field blank.

    • Size (GB): Specify the size of the volume in gigabytes (GiB).

    • Availability Zone: Select the Availability Zone from the list. By default, this value is set to the availability zone given by the cloud provider (for example, us-west or apac-south). For some cases, it could be nova.

  5. Click Create Volume.

Step 3: Create an Instance

Create an instance from the volume created with the system disk (see substeps 1 to 5 in Step 2: Create a Volume), but do not boot the instance.