Are RADIUS containers supported to run in any Cloud Provider Virtual Machines?

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    This article will be used to know, if RADIUS containers are supported to run in any Cloud Provider Virtual Machines or not.

    As per the installation guide https://docs.secureauth.com/arculix/en/arculix-radius-agent-deployment-guide.html, its mentioned that these containers are supported to run in any Cloud Provider Virtual Machines, such as Amazon EC2 and Azure VM's.

     

    Special Considerations:

    Are these containers supported running in Amazon EKS or other Docker/Kubernetes Managed Services?

    Ideally it should be possible, but it is not supported out of the box at this time. The services are docker images that could be deployed in any way and the configuration can be done via environment variables or mounting a YAML config file. We would warn anyone attempting this to be very careful about network security and the configuration of the services, as some RADIUS protocols are only recommended on a secure local network.

    If there are any queries, feel free to reach out to us at support@secureauth.com

     

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