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Automatically encrypt data-at-rest on data volumes

The IBM Native Encryption Pattern for Linux Filesystems provides the ability to automatically encrypt data-at-rest on data volumes that are attached to virtual machines using IBM PureApplication. Encryption capabilities are provided by the Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS), which is part of the RedHat Enterprise Linux distribution. This pattern type provides a policy that can be attached to virtual machines in a virtual system pattern, and optionally encrypt additional disks that are attached to the VM. Native Encryption Pattern for Linux Filesystems is optimized to run in an IBM PureApplication Software environment.
IBM Native Encryption Pattern for Linux Filesystems

Simplify installation

Optimized patterns accelerate time-to-value by eliminating manual steps and automating installation and configuration.

Focus on business innovation

Focus critical resources on value-add activities and business innovation, instead of installation and configuration.

Adapt to changing demand

Offers elastic scaling policies to automatically detect when the configuration capacity should be increased to meet increasing demands from your applications.

Reduce deployment time

Install and configure in hours using a pattern as opposed to days or weeks using traditional methods.