Deploy Deep Security

Automate the deployment of Deep Security Agent and Deep Security Manager to quickly and reliably protect the assets in your environment.

Use the Deep Security deployment scripts

Trend Micro provides several utilities and scripts that you can adapt to your environments for deploying and monitoring Deep Security Manager. The deep-security GitHub repositories contain the following useful scripts:

  • CloudFormation templates for deploying Deep Security Manager to AWS.
  • Configuration files that contain parsing logic, saved searches, and dashboards for monitoring Deep Security via Splunk
  • Bash and Powershell scripts for automating various Agent and Manager tasks.

You can use Deep Security Manager to generate deployment scripts for installing the agent locally. (See Use deployment scripts to add and protect computers in the Deep Security Help Center.)

See the README for each repository to discover the level of support that Trend Micro  provides for the script or utility.

Configure Deep Security Manager system settings

The API provides access to many of the Deep Security Manager system settings. It is useful to automate the configurations immediately after deployment.

The SystemSettings endpoint enables you to list and modify system settings. Use the following general steps to use a client library to modify system settings:

  1. Create one or more SettingValue objects and set the desired value for them.
  2. Create a SystemSettings object and set the properties to the SettingValue objects.
  3. Create a SystemSettingsApi object and use it to modify the system setting on Deep Security Manager according to the SystemSettings object.

Example: Set the maximum number of sessions for a user

 * Configures the maximum number of active sessions. 
 * Demonstrates how to configure system properties.
public static void configureSystemSettings() {

	// Create the setting value
	SettingValue maxSessions = new SettingValue();
	// Create a SystemSettings object and set the property
	SystemSettings systemSettings = new SystemSettings();
	// Modify system settings on Deep Security Manager
	SystemSettingsApi settingsApi = new SystemSettingsApi();
	try {
		settingsApi.modifySystemSettings(systemSettings, "v1");
	} catch (ApiException e) {

For information about authenticating API calls, see Authenticate with Deep Security Manager.