Managing the CTERA Messaging Service
  • 1 Minute to read
  • Dark
    Light
  • PDF

Managing the CTERA Messaging Service

  • Dark
    Light
  • PDF

Article Summary

The CTERA Messaging Service enables sending notifications from the portal to various consumers, for example the Varonis Data Security Platform, which is a connector running on top of the CTERA Messaging Service.

Notifications are sent asynchronously in the background and are created in real-time from portal events.

Messaging tasks can be performed in the global administration view only.

CTERA Messaging Service Requirements

The CTERA Messaging Service must be installed on a CTERA Portal application server and not a preview server.

For production environments that use the messaging service, the CTERA Portal must include three application servers defined as messaging servers, that are neither the main database server nor the replication server. For each messaging server you must add 16GB RAM to the server RAM and a minimum of 250GB storage.

For a small or test environment, with a single server deployment, the requirement is a 64-bit virtual machine with a minimum 24GB RAM.

Note

CTERA recommends contacting your CTERA account manager to ensure correct sizing.

To move from a small POC environment to a production environment, see Moving From a Single Server Environment to a Multiple Server Environment


Was this article helpful?