Updated on 2023-04-20 GMT+08:00

Basic Concepts

CBH Instance

A CBH instance is an independent CBH system. Users can log in to the CBH console to buy and manage CBH instances. A user can log in to a CBH system to perform secure O&M management and auditing only after the user has purchased a CBH instance.

Single Sign-On

Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to use a single ID and password to log in to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. After logging in to one of these application systems, the user can access all other related application systems without using other credentials.

Number of Assets

The number of assets refers to the number of resources running on each host managed by CBH. One host may have multiple resources, including protocols and applications running on it.

For example, if two RDP, one Telnet, and one MySQL host resources and one Google Chrome browser application resource are added to a cloud host managed by a CBH system, the number of managed assets is five.

Concurrent Requests

The number of concurrent requests indicates the number of connections established between a managed host and the CBH system over all protocols at the same time.

For example, if 10 O&M engineers use a CBH system at the same time and each engineer generates five protocol connections (such as remote connections through SSH or MYSQL client), the number of concurrent requests is 50.