Updated on 2023-08-17 GMT+08:00


CBH enables centralized resource management, making it easier for you to manage entire lifecycle of managed resources and their accounts in a more secure way. You can easily switch over between resource management and maintenance through single sign-on (SSO) without affecting business running on resources.

  • Resource types

    CBH can manage a wide range of resource types, including Windows and Linux hosts, Windows applications, databases, such as MySQL and Oracle, and Kubernetes servers. A host may map to multiple host resources. This means if you configure different protocols for the same host managed in CBH, the host resources are counted based on the protocols you configure for this host. This is similar to application resources. The following lists supported resource types:

    • Host resources of the client-server architecture, including hosts configured with the Secure Shell (SSH), Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Virtual Network Computing (VNC), Telnet, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), DB2, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, Secure Copy Protocol (SCP), or Rlogin protocol.
    • Application resources of the browser-server architecture or the client-server architecture, including more than 12 types of browser- and client-side Windows applications, such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Oracle tools.
  • Resource management
    • Batch importing

      CBH enables quick auto-discovery, synchronization, and bulk importing of cloud resources, such as Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) and Relational Database Server (RDS) instances for centralized O&M.

    • Account group management

      CBH manages resource accounts by group, enabling you to grant permissions to multiple resource accounts quickly by adding resource accounts of the same attribute to an account group and granting permissions to the account group.

    • Batch management

      CBH allows you to batch manage information and accounts of managed resources, including modifying and deleting resource information, adding resource labels, verifying managed resource accounts, and deleting managed resource accounts.