Access Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security Cloud Service (RHACS Cloud Service) by selecting an instance in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console. An ACS instance contains the RHACS Cloud Service management interface and services that Red Hat configures and manages for you. The management interface connects to your secured clusters, which contain the services that scan and collect information about vulnerabilities. One instance can connect to and monitor many clusters.
In the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console, create an ACS instance to connect to your secured clusters.
To create an ACS instance:
Log in to the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console.
From the navigation menu, select Advanced Cluster Security → ACS Instances.
Select Create ACS instance and enter information into the displayed fields or select the appropriate option from the drop-down list:
Name: Enter the name of your ACS instance. An ACS instance contains the RHACS Central component, also referred to as "Central", which includes the RHACS Cloud Service management interface and services that are configured and managed by Red Hat. You manage your secured clusters that communicate with Central. You can connect many secured clusters to one instance.
Cloud provider: The cloud provider where Central is located. Select AWS.
Cloud region: The region for your cloud provider where Central is located. Select one of the following regions:
US-East, N. Virginia
Availability zones: Use the default value (Multi).
Click Create instance.
On each Red Hat OpenShift cluster you want to secure, create a project named
stackrox. This project will contain the resources for RHACS Cloud Service secured clusters.