This document explains how to onboard Microsoft Azure applications to Britive.
Once you have registered Britive as an application in Azure and configured the prerequisite steps, you can proceed with the onboarding steps and add an Azure tenant application in Britive. Note that you can configure the onboarded Azure application for discovery and visibility as well as dynamic permissioning.
After onboarding, you can scan the required Azure organization or environments from Britive to get the details (such as permissions, groups, or accounts) associated with them. You can also check out and check in profiles from the onboarded Azure applications.
Onboarding an Azure Application: Steps and Functionality
The following diagram shows the basic steps in onboarding an Azure application to Britive and the functionality available to you after the onboarding process.
This document describes the steps to create an enterprise application in Microsoft Azure for the Britive application.
Britive needs an enterprise application that provides third-party apps to connect to Azure to read roles, users, resource groups, and resources. After creating an account, the following items are required:
- Tenant ID
- Client ID
- Client Secret