Raritan’s CommandCenter® Secure Gateway (CC-SG) is an easy to deploy, plug-and-play appliance that provides IT administrators and lab managers with a secure, single point of remote access and control. Raritan’s CC-SG consolidates multiple remote access technologies, including Dominion® KVM-over-IP switches and serial console servers, Raritan PX PDUs, service processors, and in-band methods such as RDP, SSH and VNC.
With CC-SG, users can access and control their entire IT infrastructure from a single system, featuring BIOS-level, out-of-band KVM and serial access to a wide variety of computer and serial devices. CC-SG also supports remote power control via: (1) Raritan's PX Intelligent Rack PDUs, (2) Server Technology CDU1 and PRO2 PDUs, and (3) devices connected to Sunbird's Power IQ® Management System. CC-SG automatically synchronizes data with Power IQ.
CC-SG now has an installed, desktop client for CC-SG administration that does not require Java or a browser.
Secure, single sign-on to a single IP address for managing all of Raritan’s Dominion® KVM-over-IP switches, SX Console servers, Raritan and Server Technology Intelligent PDUs, and physical and virtual servers. In addition, third party devices such as embedded service processors and remote access software are supported.
Support for LDAP, AD®, RADIUS, and TACACS+ in addition to local authentication and authorization capabilities. Access and control equipment based on user-customizable criteria. Consolidated logging and audit trail. Two-factor authentication (2FA) available.
Access and manage IT resources from anywhere. Enjoy Java-free KVM and Serial access, as well as high performance server access from the Dominion KX III or IV User Stations!
CC-SG is a secure platform that delivers peace of mind to IT managers who need secure access to vital corporate resources. Available as a virtual or hardware appliance, CC-SG provides secure, end-to-end, TLS encryption (256-bit AES), authentication, login, and policy-based user access control.
CC-SG is available as a rack-mountable hardware appliance or a VMware, Hyper-V, or XenServer based virtual appliance. Up to ten CC-SG appliances can work in unison to serve the IT infrastructure access and control needs of the entire enterprise.
A “cluster” configuration provides appliance redundancy through primary and secondary CC-SG hardware appliances. Raritan supports the VMware “High Availability” and “Fault Tolerance” features for easy-to-use, cost effective high availability.
CC-SG supports control of virtual media access policies for systems connected through a virtual media CIM to all Dominion KVM-over-IP devices managed by the CC-SG. This makes it easy to reimage (apply a new OS), boot or upgrade the device remotely.
Consolidated logging and audit trail, including detailed activity reports for remediation, security debugging, and to help meet compliance requirements.
Available for customers to integrate their own systems with CC-SG. This allows access to CC-SG connected devices and other CC-SG functions from customer applications.
Enjoy Java-free KVM and serial and KVM access. Administrators can use an installed, desktop client for CC-SG administration without a browser or Java.
CSV files can be imported or exported to help expedite the process of configuring devices, nodes, users, associations and PDUs, or leverage the data already in CC-SG.
A neighborhood of up to 10 CC-SG units can be deployed and work together to serve the IT infrastructure access and control needs of the enterprise.
Streamlined, single sign-on access to your virtualized environment with the ability to remotely access and control virtual machines and issue virtual power commands.
Dominion KVM and Serial appliances, including SX II, KX III, KSX II, and KX2-101-V2, integrate with Raritan’s CommandCenter Secure Gateway. With the CommandCenter management system, administrators can manage multiple Raritan devices. Users can access hundreds or thousands of computer and networking devices from a single, integrated system via PC, laptop, or the KX III User Station. If you own five or more Raritan appliances, you should consider CommandCenter for centralized management and access.