Administration → Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Configuration
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology enables clients and servers to communicate securely by encrypting all communications. Data are encrypted before being sent and decrypted by the recipient so that communications cannot be deciphered or modified by third-parties.
Deployment Automation enables the server to communicate with its agents using SSL in two modes: unauthenticated and mutual authentication. Unauthenticated mode for HTTP and mutual authentication mode for JMS are optional; you can implement one without implementing the other, or implement both.
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