Step 1: Prepare your environment
Install and configure the physical Tanium Appliance
If you have one or more physical Tanium Appliances, install the appliances into a machine room and configure bootstrap network settings.
For details, see the Tanium Appliance Data Center Guide.
Set up the environment for a cloud-based Tanium Appliance
Configure your environment to host cloud-based Tanium Appliances.
Deploy Tanium Server and Tanium Module Server appliances into your private subnets and the Tanium Zone Server appliances into public subnets.
Step 2: Complete the initial setup
Connect to the TanOS console to configure network settings and initial users.
- For physical Tanium Appliances, see Completing the initial setup (physical Tanium Appliance).
- For virtual Tanium Appliances, see Completing the initial setup (virtual Tanium Appliance).
For cloud-based Tanium Appliances, see Completing the initial setup (cloud-based Tanium Appliance).
Step 3: Set up an Appliance Array
Use the TanOS console to set up communication between the appliances and install the components of the Tanium Core Platform from a single appliance.
See Installing and managing an Appliance Array.
Step 4: Verify the installation
Make sure the components of the Tanium Core Platform installed correctly and that Tanium Clients can report to the Tanium Server.
See Verifying the installation.
Step 5: Configure monitoring
Select and configure a method to monitor the health of your Tanium deployment and appliance infrastructure. For example, if your organization has a syslog server or SNMP manager, you can integrate it with the Appliance for monitoring.
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