DTA service is consumed through an access URL that is entered in the DTA tab setting. Generally, the URL is unique globally but, Multi-region DTA provides a mechanism to limit access to DTA services in specific regions. If you are using Multi-Region DTA, the access URLs are applied separately for each local zone that connects explicitly to the requested region (for example, if the requested Zone is Finland, the Access URL enables DTA service connection specific to the European region).  Furthermore, it also denies access to all other regions thus enhancing security. 

How to consume this service?

Aqua has DTA instances running in servers in various zones specific to a region. When you register to the Multi-region DTA service using the Aqua-provided access URL, you change the DTA setting to run the DTA instance in the local zone specific to your region. Follow these steps in the UI to change Aqua configuration to access the local DTA instance:

  1. Log in to the Aqua Enterprise.
  2. Select Workload Protection from the mega menu.
  3. Select Settings from the left navigation pane and select the Dynamic Threat Analysis tab.
  4. Enter the URL and Token provided by the Aqua account manager.
  5. Click Save

Contact your Aqua account manager to know the availability of Aqua DTA server specific to your region and to get the access URL. 


The data of a user cannot go out of the local zone of your region; this helps you meet GDPR compliance.

For more information on DTA

See Dynamic Threat Analysis (DTA) and DTA Operation.