This topic describes how to search for specific assets to query their security status.

Background information

The security information about all your cloud products is displayed on the Cloud Product tab of the Assets page.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Security center console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Assets, and select Cloud Product Subpage.
  3. On the Cloud Products tab, set search conditions to search for specific cloud products to query their security status. You can also set frequently used search conditions.
    • Search by asset status
      • In the left-side Overview pane, choose All cloud product to view the numbers of all cloud products and those at risk. You can choose a category in the left-side Overview pane to view the security status of the cloud products.

      • You can choose Risky cloud product in the left-side Overview pane to view the cloud products that are at risk.
    • Search by product type
      Cloud products are classified into the following types:
      • Server Load Balancer
      • NAT Gateway
      • ApsaraDB for RDS
      • ApsaraDB for MongoDB

      The number of products of each product type is displayed next to the product type. You can choose SLB, NAT, RDS, or MongoDB in the left-side Overview pane to view the security status of each type of products.

    • Search by tag

      In the Tag section, the numbers of assets with each tag are displayed next to the tag names. Tags that you have created are listed on the left side of the product list. You can click a tag to view the security status of products with this tag.

    • Boolean search

      Choose All cloud product, SLB, NAT, RDS, or MongoDB in the left-side Overview pane, and then use the search bar on the top of the product list to search for specific products.

      In this example, you can choose All cloud product, and then select multiple search conditions to search for specific products.
      • Use one search condition and multiple keywords to search for specific products:

        On the top of the product list, select a search condition, and select or enter a keyword in the search box to search for specific products. Supported search conditions are Internet IP, Instance Name, Instance ID, Alert Problems, Risk Status, Tag, Group Name, and Region.

        Note
        • Boolean search operators:
          • AND: specifies the AND logical relation for the search conditions.
          • OR: specifies the OR logical relation for the search conditions.
        • If you need to use one search condition and multiple keywords to search for specific servers, set the Boolean search operator to OR.
        • If the search condition requires you to enter a keyword, enter a keyword and then click the Search icon. Results are displayed only after you click the Search icon.

        In this example, set the Boolean search operator to OR, select Region from the drop-down list, and then select Region: China (Hangzhou). Select Region from the drop-down list again and then select Region: China (Qingdao). Consequently, products that are deployed in the China (Hangzhou) and China (Qingdao) regions are listed.

      • Use multiple conditions to search for specific products:

        You can set multiple search conditions to search for specific products. In this example, select Region from the drop-down list, and then select Region: China (Hangzhou). Select Risk Status from the drop-down list and then select Risk Status: At-risk. Set the Boolean search operator to AND or OR. Consequently, products that are at risk in the China (Hangzhou) region are listed.

      Note
      • You can choose SLB, NAT, RDS, MongoDB, or Tag in the left-side Overview pane, and then use the search bar on the top of the product list to search for specific products.
      • You can choose All cloud product, SLB, NAT, RDS, or MongoDB in the left-side Overview pane, select Tag from the drop-down list, and then enter a keyword in the search box to search for products by tag.
    • Set frequently used search conditions

      After you specify the search conditions, you can save them as frequently used search conditions. Click Save. In the Save condition dialog box that appears, specify a name for the frequently used search condition group. Example: China (Hangzhou), Tag 1.