To install the CylanceGATEWAY Connector to a Microsoft Azure environment, review the hardware requirements and ensure that you meet the following requirements:
You can download the cylance-gateway-connector-fixed-<version>.vhd file from myAccount.
To sign in to the portal, go to portal.azure.com.
Click your storage account. If you don’t have a storage account, create one.
If you don’t have a container, create one.
In the Files field, upload the cylance-gateway-connector-fixed-<version>.vhd file. Expand Advanced, set Blob type to Page blob, and click Upload.
Click the portal menu > All Services. In the filter services field, type images. Verify that Images uses the resource type Microsoft.Compute/images.
In Images, click Create and complete the required fields.
In the OS disk section, specify the following:
Optionally, you can add tags from the Tags tab.
To complete your image, click Review + Create > Create.
After Azure creates your image, the Go to resource button takes you to your image.
On your image’s overview, click Create VM.
On the Basics tab, specify the following settings:
On the Disks tab, in the OS disk type drop-down list, select Standard HDD.
On the Networking tab, complete the required fields for your environment. Ensure that the connector image uses your private network.
On the Management tab, configure the settings as required for your environment.
On the Advanced tab, configure the settings as required for your environment.
On the Tags tab, configure tags as required for your environment.
On the Review + create tab, review your configuration.
To complete the configuration, click Create.
You have successfully installed the CylanceGATEWAY Connector to your Microsoft Azure environment.
Note that a timeout error message might display when the VM resource is created. If necessary, refresh the screen.
After you install the CylanceGATEWAY Connector to your Azure environment, you must configure your firewall and enroll the CylanceGATEWAY Connector with the BlackBerry Infrastructure. For more information about setting up the CylanceGATEWAY Connector, see Setting up the CylanceGATEWAY Connector.