Service Principals
  • 16 Feb 2024
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Article Summary

Service Principals added in different modules can be managed in a common place in Settings. The Service Principals added in one module can be utilized in other modules.

The above-said principles do not apply to Cost Analyzer.

Refer to these links to know more about how to quickly access the Service Principal added in other modules, respectively:

  1. Business Application
  2. Business Activity Monitoring
  3. Azure Documenter
  4. Cost Analyzer

Add a Service Principal

  1. Go to Settings -> Service principals
  2. Click Add
  3. Enter a valid Friendly name, Client id, Client secret, tenant id, and Client secret expiry date
  4. Click Validate and click Add to add the Service Principal

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Edit a Service Principal

  1. Go to Settings -> Service principals
  2. Click the Edit icon next to the desired Service Principal
  3. The friendly name, client secret and client secret expiration can be updated
  4. Click Validate and Update to finish updating the existing Service Principal

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Delete a Service Principal

  1. Go to Settings -> Service principals
  2. Click the Delete icon next to the desired Service Principal
  3. Click Delete in the confirmation box

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Configure expiry alerts

Turbo360 allows users to configure the expiry date of the secrets so that the users can get notified 7 days before the expiration date.

Users can set the Client secret expiry date when adding or editing a Service Principal.

  1. Go to Settings -> Service principals
  2. Click Configure alert
  3. Select the service principals for expiry monitoring and click Next
  4. Configure notification channels and recipient mail address
  5. Click Update

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