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See the following instructions to synchronize your Datadog users with Azure Active Directory using SCIM.

For capabilities and limitations of this feature, see SCIM.


SCIM in Datadog is an advanced feature included in the Enterprise plan.

This documentation assumes your organization manages user identities using an identity provider.

Datadog strongly recommends that you use a service account application key when configuring SCIM to avoid any disruption in access. For further details, see using a service account with SCIM.

When using SAML and SCIM together, Datadog strongly recommends disabling SAML just-in-time (JIT) provisioning to avoid discrepancies in access. Manage user provisioning through SCIM only.

  1. In your Azure portal, go to Azure Active Directory -> Enterprise Applications
  2. Click New Application -> Create your own application
  3. Type “Datadog” in the search box
  4. Select the Datadog application from the gallery
  5. Enter a name
  6. Click Create

Note: If you already have Datadog configured with Azure AD for SSO, go to Enterprise Applications and select your existing Datadog application.

Configure automatic user provisioning

  1. In the application management screen, select Provisioning in the left panel
  2. In the Provisioning Mode menu, select Automatic
  3. Open Admin Credentials
  4. Complete the Admin Credentials section as follows:
    • Tenant URL: https:///api/v2/scim Note: Use the appropriate subdomain for your site. To find your URL, see Datadog sites.
    • Secret Token: Use a valid Datadog application key. You can create an application key on your organization settings page. To maintain continuous access to your data, use a service account application key.
Azure AD Admin Credentials configuration screen
  1. Click Test Connection, and wait for the message confirming that the credentials are authorized to enable provisioning.
  2. Click Save. The mapping section appears. See the following section to configure mapping.

Attribute mapping

User attributes

  1. Expand the Mappings section

  2. Click Provision Azure Active Directory Users

  3. Set Enabled to Yes

  4. Click the Save icon

  5. Under Target Object actions, ensure Create, Update, and Delete actions are selected

  6. Review the user attributes that are synchronized from Azure AD to Datadog in the attribute mapping section. Set the following mappings:

    Azure Active Directory AttributeDatadog Attribute
    mailemails[type eq "work"].value
    Attribute mapping configuration, Provision Azure Active Directory Users
  7. After you set your mappings, click Save.

Group attributes

Group mapping is not supported.