Secure Deployment Options for Privileged Access

The Bomgar Appliance for Privileged Access offers a centralized platform for access control and session management. Bomgar helps you keep sensitive data behind your own firewall, under the trusted security measures you already have in place. Please, speak with us about which appliance is best for your organization.

VIRTUAL APPLIANCE PHYSICAL APPLIANCE BOMGAR CLOUD APPLIANCE
ENDPOINT CAPACITY Up to 10,000 Endpoints (May vary based on virtual infrastructure) Up to 10,000 endpoints Up to 10,000 endpoints
USER CAPACITY Defined by Virtual Infrastructure Up to 300 concurrent users Up to 500 concurrent users
REDUNDANCY
  • Defined by Virtual Infrastructure
  • Failover capable
  • Single processor
  • Dual power supplies
  • RAID 6 – four hard drives
  • Hard drive failure notification
  • Failover capable
Defined by Bomgar Cloud infrastructure 1
AUTHENTICATION LDAP, RADIUS, Kerberos, SAML LDAP, RADIUS, Kerberos, SAML LDAP, RADIUS, Kerberos, SAML
INTEGRATION
  • API and SDK for Custom Integrations
  • Database integration and API Extraction Tool
  • Arcsight, Splunk, ServiceNow Integrations
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Syslog Server Integration
  • API and SDK for Custom Integrations
  • Database integration and API Extraction Tool
  • Arcsight, Splunk, ServiceNow Integrations
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Syslog Server Integration
  • API and SDK for Custom Integrations
  • Database integration and API Extraction Tool
  • Arcsight, Splunk, ServiceNow Integrations
  • Microsoft SQL Server
DEPLOYMENT
  • Virtual Appliance VMWare vCenter 5.0+
  • Microsoft Azure Resource Manager
1U rack-mountable server 1.7 x 17.0 x 25.6 in., 43 lbs. Bomgar Cloud Appliance
  1. The Bomgar Cloud infrastructure is spread across several Tier 3 or higher data centers. All datacenters leverage advanced electrical and cooling systems and N+1 redundancy with uninterruptable power solutions and generator backup.

How Does the Bomgar Appliance Work?

Privileged Access Deployment Diagram

Firewalls are designed to block incoming traffic. That is why traditional remote access tools (RDP, VNC, pcAnywhere, Dameware and others) require firewall configuration changes in order to work over the internet.

Bomgar does not require changes to your firewall because both endpoints and privileged users connect to the appliance through outbound connections. That means that if the remote desktop or server can connect to the internet, your off-network users can connect to it through Bomgar without the use of VPN.

In the case of closed networks, a single internet-connected Bomgar node can enable an off-network privileged user to connect to network devices and desktops that are not themselves connected to the internet.

In addition, Bomgar enables remote sessions within a local area network. In most cases, a remote desktop connection can be established without deploying remote agents or configuring remote computers individually.

Bomgar enables multiple remote protocols: RDP, SSH, Telnet, and our patented Jump Technology. Both the Access Console for privileged users and the endpoint application run seamlessly across operating systems: Windows, Mac, Linux, Network Devices, Android, iOS. This wide compatibility lets Bomgar centralize remote session management. Each remote session produces detailed logs and video recordings. No data passes through a third party. All session data is guarded by SSL encryption.