The key management interoperability protocol (KMIP) is an open standard based method for encryption of stored data and cryptographic key management. Developed by the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) in partnership with the cyber security community, KMIP enables a single unified key management approach that supports legacy and new cryptographic-enabled applications, supporting symmetric keys, asymmetric keys, digital certificates and other shared secrets.
With the KeyNexus KMIP server you can leverage KMIP as a seamless part of your overall key management operations. Centrally manage, store, and consolidate key-management tasks across cloud, SaaS, on-premise systems, and endpoint devices like mobile and IoT.
Our KMIP Server also includes integrated features and capabilities like intelligent key management, advanced policy control, and enhanced access control for users and keys.
KMIP Server Environment
KeyNexus offers sophisticated KMIP server support for the latest version and provides easy-to-setup, GUI and API based clients to help you test and verify operability with an array of pre-existing templates.
The VM-based on-premise key server can be setup in under an hour in the virtual environment of your choice and we offer a myriad of cloud-based deployment options. Our key management platform simplifies the key management lifecycle through an easy-to-use UI that allows quick setup, authorization of user accounts, and creation and scheduling of keys for your workloads. The KeyNexus platform supports multi-nodal high availability with master-master server configurations to help you meet resiliency planning and latency reduction goals. Finally, the scale and capacity of our system – both in terms of transaction throughput and key volumes – is unmatched.