Apono offers Azure users a simple way to centralize cloud management through our platform. Through a single integration, Apono can sync to your environment and continuously discover new instances.
Additionally, Apono enables you to manage access to your integrated subscription. To manage access to other subscriptions, integrate them separately.
- Apono connector for Azure installed in your environment
- Administrator permissions on the subscription being integrated
- Administrator permissions on AzureAD
Follow these steps to integrate your Azure subscription:
- On the Catalog tab, click Azure. The Add a new integration page appears.
- Click Azure Subscription. The subscription settings appear below.
- From the dropdown menu, select a connector. Choosing a connector links Apono to all the services available on the account where the connector is located.
If the desired connector is not listed, click + Add new connector and follow the instructions for creating an Azure connector.
- Under Select resource types, click one or more resource types and cloud services to sync with Apono.
Apono automatically discovers and syncs all the instances in the environment. After syncing, you can manage Access Flows to these resources.
- Click Next. The Complete setup page appears.
- Enter a unique, alphanumeric, user-friendly Integration Name. This name is used to identify this integration when constructing an access flow.
Apono uses this name to manage the integration and will display it to users when creating and approving access requests.
- Click Connect.
After connecting your Azure subscription to Apono, you will be redirected to the Connected tab to view your integrations. The new Azure integration will initialize once it completes its first data fetch. Upon completion, the integration will be marked Active.
Now that you have completed this integration, you can create access flows that grant permission to Azure resources.
Please refer to our troubleshooting guide if you encounter errors while integrating.
Updated 14 days ago