View license information
Does not apply to Deep Security as a Service or a multi-tenant configuration that inherits licensing from the parent tenant
Displays details about your Trend Micro Deep Security product licenses. Deep Security consists of six module packages:
- Anti-Malware and Web Reputation
- Firewall and Intrusion Prevention
- Integrity Monitoring
- Log Inspection
- Deep Security Scanner
Each module package can be licensed fully or for a trial basis. You can see an individual package's license status by clicking View Details. Contact Trend Micro if you wish to upgrade your license. If Trend Micro has provided you with a new activation code, click Enter New Activation Code and enter it there. Newly licensed features will be immediately available.
Displays details about your Vulnerability Protection product license, which provides the Firewall and Intrusion Prevention module. This module can be licensed fully or for a trial basis. Contact Trend Micro if you wish to upgrade your license. If Trend Micro has provided you with a new activation code, click Enter New Activation Code and enter it there. Newly licensed features will be immediately available.
When a license expires, existing functionality will persist but updates will no longer be delivered.
Alerts will be raised if any module is about to expire or has expired.
Licensing for Deep Security from AWS Marketplace
- Deep Security Marketplace metered billing allows you to only pay for the actual hours of protection that you use for each instance. The protection costs for each server are calculated based on the usage data that Deep Security sends to AWS Marketplace every hour. These costs are included on your monthly AWS bill.
The pricing information is as follows:
Instance Size Example Instance Types Cost of Protected Instance Per Hour (USD) Medium or smaller AWS EC2: C1, M1, M3, T1, T2 $0.01 Large AWS EC2: C3, C4, M1, M3, M4, R3, T2 $0.03 xLarge and bigger AWS EC2: C1, C3, C4, CC2, CG1, CR1, D2, G2, HI1, HS1, I2, M1, M2, M3, M4, R3 $0.06
Before you can launch the Marketplace metered billing version of Deep Security, you must configure the IAM role for the instance.
- Deep Security Bring-Your-Own-License (BYOL) is for customers who have already obtained a license to use Deep Security from another source. This type of licensing works the same way as standard Deep Security licensing, described above.
- Deep Security (Classic) enables customers to pay based on the size of the AWS Marketplace instance they are running. With Deep Security (Classic), each EC2 instance type has an associated seat count limit (the seat count is the number of Deep Security Agents that you can run). You can change the size of your instance at any time. You can also run more than one instance to increase your seat count limit. When you install Deep Security Manager on an additional instance, on the Database tab, select "This Deep Security installation will act as an additional Manager node in an already-deployed Deep Security installation". This option specifies that each node will use the same database.
The seat count limits for each type of EC2 instance supported for Deep Security Manager are listed on the Trend Micro Deep Security AWS Marketplace page.
As you launch or shut down Deep Security Manager nodes, the seat-count usage for the hour is re-calculated and the remaining seat limit is displayed on the Administration > Licenses page.
Deep Security from AWS Marketplace does not support the use of vCenter and the Deep Security Virtual Appliance (DSVA). Additionally, the Deep Security (Classic) license does not provide Multi-Tenant support.
Licensing for Azure Marketplace
- Deep Security Manager enables customers to pay based on the size of the Azure virtual machine they create. With this pricing model, each virtual machine type has an associated seat count limit (the seat count is the number of Deep Security Agents that you can activate). You can run more than one virtual machine to increase your seat count limit.
The seat count limits for each type of virtual machine supported for Deep Security are as follows::
Type Seat count limit D2 v2 Up to 25 Agents D3 v2 Up to 50 Agents D4 v2 Up to 100 Agents D5 v2 Up to 200 Agents
As you create or stop Deep Security Manager nodes, the seat count usage for the hour is recalculated. To check your seat count limit after installing Deep Security Manager, open Deep Security Manager and go to Administration > Licenses.
- Deep Security Manager (BYOL) is for customers who have already obtained a license to use Deep Security from another source. If you are using this type of license, you will need to enter the license string/activation code in Deep Security Manager after it is installed.