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A security group acts as a virtual firewall for your instance to control inbound and outbound traffic. For each security group, you add rules that control the inbound traffic to instances, and a separate set of rules that control the outbound traffic.

At a minimum, the following security groups are recommended when deploying AppDynamics in AWS using Aurora DB.

 

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Recommended security groups are included in the AppDynamics CloudFormation template. However, you can create the following or additional security groups to align with your organization's standards.

Required Security Groups 

The following security groups should be created, using the instructions provided in the AWS documentation.

Security Group Name
Purpose
Inbound Rules
Outbound Rules
appd-elb-security-groupSecurity group for the AppDynamics Enterprise ConsoleAllow all inbound TCP traffic on ports 22 and 9191

Allow outbound TCP traffic to appd-appserver-security-group on port 22

Allow outbound TCP traffic to appd-db-security-group on port 3388

appd-appserver-security-groupSecurity group for the AppDynamics Controller Appserver

Allow all inbound TCP traffic on port 22

Allow inbound TCP traffic on ports 8090-8097 from appd-elb-security-group

Allow outbound TCP traffic to appd-db-security-group on port 3388
appd-db-security-groupSecurity group for AppDynamics database instancesAllow inbound traffic on port 3388 from appd-appserver-security-group and appd-elb-security-groupNo outbound access allowed
appd-elb-security-groupSecurity group for load balancer in front of the AppDynamics ControllerAllow all inbound HTTPS traffic on port 443Allow outbound TCP traffic to appd-appserver-security-group on ports 8090-8097

 

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