Use Network-Bound Disk Encryption on Oracle Linux

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Learn how to use Network-Bound Disk Encryption on Oracle Linux

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Lab Overview

Provides an Oracle Linux system (ol-server) provisioned with the following:

  • An oracle user account with sudo privileges

Note: When using the free lab environment, see Oracle Linux Lab Basics for connection and other usage instructions.

Lab Objectives

Upon completion of this Lab you will be able to:

  • Install and configure a Tang server for Network-Bound Disk Encryption
  • Configure block storage to automount at boot and use LUKS to encrypt the filesystem
  • Install and configure Clevis to bind a Tang server to a LUKS key slot to automatically decrypt storage

Intended Audience

This lab is intended for:

  • Oracle Linux administrators intending to use NBDE to help secure storage on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Changelog

Jun 3, 2021 - Initial draft
Feb 10, 2022 - Updated for new Oracle Linux Training standards
Jul 7, 2022 - Updated hostname reference

Difficulty
Beginner
Time Limit
40 minutes


Views
1616

Students
54


Authors
Oracle Linux
Linux OS and Virtualization Engineering



Topics
Oracle LinuxNBDETangClevisLUKS
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