Connect your Azure Account with Cloudcraft

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This article walks you through connecting your Azure account to Cloudcraft.


Manage Azure accounts

Add account

  1. In Cloudcraft, navigate to User > Azure accounts.
  2. At the bottom of the modal, click Add Azure Account.
  3. The next page provides step-by-step instructions. Click Select “App registrations” in the left sidebar to register a new application to interface with Cloudcraft in Azure.
  4. On the App registrations page in Azure Active Directory, click New registration.
  5. Enter the following information:
    • Name: Cloudcraft
    • Supported account types: Accounts in this organizational directory only (Single tenant)
    • Redirect URI: Leave this field blank.
  6. Click Register.
  7. On the details page of your application, copy the Application ID and Directory ID.
  8. In Cloudcraft, paste the Application ID and Directory ID, then click Next..
Step-by-step instructions for adding an Azure account to Cloudcraft with highlighted Application and Directory ID fields.

Create a client secret

Next, create a client secret to allow the Cloudcraft application to securely identify itself to Azure’s authentication services.

Note: You can choose your own expiration period for the client secret. Be aware that when the secret expires, you won’t be able to scan your Azure account until you register a new secret and update the account in Cloudcraft.

  1. On your application page in Azure, under the Manage section in the left sidebar, click Certificates & secrets.
  2. In the Certificates & secrets section, New client secret.
  3. Enter the following information:
    • Description: Cloudcraft
    • Expires: 730 days (24 months)
  4. Click Add.
  5. Copy the Value of your newly created secret.
  6. In Cloudcraft, paste the client secret in the Client secret field and click Next.

Create an IAM user for Cloudcraft

Finally, create an IAM user to allow the Cloudcraft application to read your Azure environment.

  1. In Cloudcraft, click Open your Azure Subscriptions page link to open the Subscriptions page in Azure.
  2. Select the subscription you want to use with Cloudcraft.
  3. On subscription page, select Access control (IAM) in the left sidebar.
  4. Click Add and select Add role assignment. A new page with a list of roles appears.
  5. Select Reader and click Next.
  6. On the next page, leave User, group or service principal selected and click Select members. Search for Cloudcraft and select it.
  7. Click Review + assign.
  8. In Cloudcraft, click Next.

Add subscriptions

Before saving the account, you can optionally configure team access.

  1. Click Team access and select the teams to share access to the Azure account with. The account will be private and only accessible to you if you skip that step.
Cloudcraft interface showing team sharing options with a dropdown menu for selecting teams to share Azure account access.
  1. Click Save Account.

Your Azure account is now ready to use with Cloudcraft.

Screenshot of Cloudcraft interface for managing Azure accounts with an account added.

Edit account

To edit an account, click the gray pencil icon to the left of the account you want to edit. You can change details of the account, such as the name, ARN, and team access.

When you are done, click Save Account.

Remove account

To remove an account, click the trash can icon to the right of the account you want to remove, then click Remove.