In the Security Center console, you can view security information about cloud services on the Assets page. The information includes the at-risk services and the service types, for example, Server Load Balancer (SLB), NAT Gateway, ApsaraDB for RDS, and ApsaraDB for MongoDB. This topic describes how to search for a cloud service and view its security information. It also provides more information about how to specify search conditions.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Security Center console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Assets.
  3. On the Assets page, click the Cloud Product tab.
  4. On the Cloud Product tab, view the security status of a cloud service.
    You can perform the following operations:
    • Filter cloud services by status
      • On the All cloud product tab, you can view the numbers of all cloud services and risky cloud services. You can also view the security status of all cloud services.All cloud services
      • You can click Risky cloud product to view the cloud services that are at risk.Risky cloud services

      Click the name of a cloud service, or click view or fix in the Actions column to view the details of the service. For more information, see View the details of an asset.

    • Filter cloud services by type
      Cloud services are classified into four types:
      • SLB
      • NAT Gateway
      • ApsaraDB for RDS
      • ApsaraDB for MongoDB
      Service types
      In the left-side section of the Cloud Product tab, the number of services of each type is displayed. You can click SLB, NAT, RDS, or MongoDB to view the security status of the services of the selected type.Security status
    • Filter cloud services by tag
      You can click Tag in the left-side section to view the number of services bound to each tag. Click a tag to view the security status of services bound to the tag.Tag
    • Filter cloud services by search condition

      On the Cloud Product tab, click All cloud product, SLB, NAT, RDS, or MongoDB in the left-side section. On the tab that appears, specify conditions in the search box to filter specific assets.

      For example, you can click All cloud product and specify multiple conditions to filter specific assets.
      • Use one search condition and multiple keywords to filter specific assets

        Select a condition from the drop-down list next to the search box. Then, select a sub-condition or enter a keyword in the search box to filter specific assets. Supported search conditions include Internet IP, Instance name, Instance ID, Alert problems, Risk Status, Tag, Group name, and Region.

        Note

        You can select multiple search conditions at a time and specify the Boolean operator between each search condition. The following content describes Boolean operators:

        • Boolean 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 operator to OR.
        • If the search condition requires you to enter a keyword, enter a keyword and 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 select Region: China (Qingdao). The assets that are deployed in the China (Hangzhou) and China (Qingdao) regions are listed.Search by sub-condition
      • Use multiple search conditions to filter specific assets
        You can filter assets that match all the specified search conditions. In this example, select Region from the drop-down list, and select Region: China (Hangzhou). Select Risk Status from the drop-down list, and select Risk Status: At-risk. Set the Boolean search operator to AND or OR. The risky assets in the China (Hangzhou) region are listed.Multiple search conditions
      Note
      • You can also click SLB, NAT, RDS, MongoDB, or Tag in the left-side section. On the tab that appears, specify conditions in the search box to filter specific assets.
      • You can also click All cloud product, SLB, NAT, RDS or MongoDB in the left-side section. Then, use the Tag feature to filter specific assets.
    • Save frequently used search conditions
      After you specify the search conditions, you can save these conditions as frequently used search conditions. Click Save below the search box. In the Save condition dialog box, specify a name for the search condition.Save search conditions