Deploying the Shared Infrastructure

Assuming that you have all the resources specified in Prerequisites, the next step is to deploy the NetGovern shared infrastructure, called the pod. It contains the following servers:




Hosts LDAP services.


Hosts the SOLR indexing compoment.

Windows OS

Hosts the client web interface used by the end user or managers to search the contents. Also known as the remote provider in NetGovern terminology.

Windows OS

Hosts the file shares for the clients (Windows File Shares)

After the pod is deployed, you can add multiple master servers to host the individual clients. At a minimum, a hosted client requires one (1) master server but may require more master servers or some worker servers depending on the size and types of data being archived (Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive, Citrix FileShare, and so on.)

The following steps pertain to deploying shared infrastructure for a multi-tenant solution using a NetGovern template.

BYOL stands for Bring Your Own License.