Rapid deployment

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Embarking on the deployment journey of Fudo Enterprise or Fudo One within virtual machine environments is pivotal for organizations seeking to fortify their network security while streamlining access management. These solutions rely on the flexibility and scalability of virtual machine infrastructures, facilitating rapid deployment and efficient resource utilization.

As pillars of advanced access control, they empower organizations to swiftly initiate and configure robust defense mechanisms against digital threats while optimizing access control protocols.

Let’s delve into the essential steps required to ensure seamless deployment, enabling organizations to achieve enhanced security and operational efficiency.

Virtual Machines

Virtual machines (VMs) represent a transformative technology in the realm of IT infrastructure, offering unparalleled flexibility and efficiency. By emulating the functionality of physical computers within a virtualized environment, VMs enable organizations to maximize resource utilization, streamline deployment processes, and enhance scalability.

Through virtualization, hardware resources such as CPU, memory, and storage are abstracted, allowing multiple VMs to coexist on a single physical host. This capability not only optimizes hardware utilization but also facilitates rapid provisioning, migration, and management of IT workloads.

Moreover, virtual machines play a pivotal role in disaster recovery, high availability, and cloud computing initiatives, empowering businesses to achieve agility and resilience in today’s dynamic digital landscape.

Proxmox and VMware stand out as leading virtualization platforms, each offering unique features tailored to the needs of modern organizations. Proxmox, an open-source solution, provides a comprehensive virtualization environment with features such as container-based virtualization and high availability clustering.

On the other hand, VMware offers a robust suite of virtualization products, including vSphere and ESXi, known for their scalability, performance, and extensive management capabilities. Both platforms enable organizations to achieve rapid deployment of virtual machines through efficient resource allocation, template-based provisioning, and streamlined management interfaces.

Leveraging Proxmox and VMware, organizations can seamlessly deploy security solutions like Fudo Enterprise or Fudo One, ensuring enhanced network security and optimized access management.

Fudo Enterprise Implementation:

System Initiation:

Fudo Enterprise is delivered with two uninitiated USB flash drives. During initial boot up, Fudo Enterprise generates encryption keys, which are stored on enclosed USB flash drives. More information on encryption keys can be found in the Security Measures chapter in the documentation.

Installation Steps:

  • Install the device in a 19” rack cabinet.
  • Connect both power supply units to 230V/110V power outlets. Note: Connecting both power supplies is necessary to start the system.
  • Connect a network cable to one of the RJ-45 ports.
  • Connect both of the USB flash drives delivered with Fudo Enterprise. Note: Initial boot up requires connecting both USB flash drives. More information on encryption keys can be found in the Security Measures chapter.
  • Press the power button on the front panel.

System Configuration via Console:

  • Connect a monitor and keyboard to the device.
  • Enter the administrator account login and password.
  • Enter the required network configuration settings, including the management interface name, IP address, network subnet mask, and gateway IP address.
  • Disconnect one of the USB flash drives containing encryption keys after initiation.
  • Ensure that one encryption key is kept secure, accessible only to authorized personnel.

Fudo One Implementation:

VMware Installation with OVA File:

  • Click the Create/Register VM button.
  • Select the Deploy a virtual machine from an OVF or OVA file option.
  • Upload the downloaded OVA file and provide a name for the virtual machine.
  • Select storage and deployment options.
  • Click Finish and wait for the configuration file to be fully uploaded.
  • Initialize the machine, provide a passphrase, select the region and city, and set date and time.
  • Sign in as an administrator using default credentials to set network configuration.

Proxmox Installation with OVF File:

  • Create a new machine using specified cores, memory, and VM name from the OVF manifest.
  • Import disks to local-zfs storage using the provided command.
  • Wait for the manifest data to be imported.
  • Configure hardware settings in the Proxmox client.
  • Start the machine and go to the Console.
  • Select region and city, set date and time, and configure network settings as instructed.
  • Sign in as an administrator using default credentials and proceed with network configuration.

Completion and Initial Configuration:

  • Once the installation process is completed, access the Admin Portal using the registered IP address in your browser.
  • Proceed with the initial configuration by following the provided instructions.
  • Configure network settings, including Access Gateway address, DNS server address, and NTP server address.
  • Restart the system as necessary and continue with further configurations as needed.

For further information about Fudo One and Fudo Enterprise please refer to their documentations:

Why Fudo?


Fudo stands out as an exceptional choice in the realm of Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions, offering a plethora of advantages that make it easily implementable and efficient for organizations. A key advantage lies in its competitive pricing model, which provides robust PAM functionality at a fraction of the cost compared to other solutions in the market.

Moreover, Fudo boasts a user-friendly interface and intuitive features, significantly reducing the need for extensive training and support and minimizing operational costs. Additionally, Fudo’s scalability and flexibility empower organizations to adapt and grow seamlessly without incurring significant additional expenses. Furthermore, Fudo’s comprehensive feature set, including session monitoring, access control, and AI-powered intrusion prevention, ensures organizations achieve a robust security posture while optimizing operational efficiency.

Overall, Fudo offers a compelling value proposition, blending affordability, ease of use, and advanced functionality to meet the diverse needs of modern organizations seeking effective Privileged Access Management solutions.