The release of 18.1 brings a new product to the Venafi Trust Protection Platform portfolio:
NEW: Venafi Advanced Key Protect
Any customer who has purchased Licensed Products from Venafi has the right to use as many copies of the Licensed Products as reasonably necessary for evaluation or testing purposes ("Test Copies"). There shall be no charge for use of such Test Copies unless the Test Copies are used to actually manage/protect keys or certificates.
Venafi Advanced Key Protect joins the following three Venafi product lines:
- TrustAuthority for SSL (Monitoring & Enrollment), TrustForce for SSL (Provisioning)
- TrustAuthority for SSH (Monitoring), TrustForce for SSH
- Enterprise Mobility is now called 'Enterprise Mobility Protect'
Venafi TrustAuthority & TrustForce for SSL/TLS are licensed on a per certificate instance basis (“Certificate Instances”). A Server (SSL) Certificate is defined as a digital certificate used to identify a server that is typically issued to hostnames (i.e. a machine name or domain name). For example, one (1) certificate (or associated private key) protected by TrustAuthority on ten (10) servers counts as 10 Certificate Instances; and Ten (10) certificates (or associated private keys) protected by TrustAuthority on one server counts as 10 Certificate Instances.
Venafi TrustAuthority & TrustForce for SSH are licensed on a per Host basis. A Host is defined as a device (client, server, or appliance, or virtual instance), running its own operating system with its own unique IP address. For example, a server or a cloud deployment running three (3) virtual machines counts as three (3) hosts.
Venafi Enterprise Mobility Protect is licensed on a per Certificate basis. A mobile certificate (user or device) is defined as a digital certificate that provides information about the user and/or the user's device and is used to identify that individual or device for a variety of purposes such as web authentication, WiFi authentication, VPN authentication, email encryption and message signing, and device authentication, across different mobile and personal platforms – including but not limited to laptops, desktops, smartphones and tablets.