Secure access to Amazon Managed Grafana with Azure AD

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Our customers tell us that the applications and services they use to succeed extend across clouds and platforms. It’s why we are committed that our identity solutions work seamlessly and securely across platforms and extend to all clouds and apps. Whether customers are using Azure to build applications or using AWS or other cloud providers, our goal is to help customers secure all their apps, services and data.  That’s why today we’re excited to announce that Amazon Managed Grafana is now available in the Azure AD app gallery

 

With Amazon Managed Grafana available as a pre-integrated app in the Azure AD app gallery, you can now quickly configure single sign-on and apply Conditional Access policies to ensure the right users have access to Amazon Managed Grafana. Grafana is a popular open-source analytics platform that enables you to query, visualize, alert on and understand your metrics no matter where they are stored. With Amazon Managed Grafana customers can analyze their metrics, logs, and traces without having to provision servers, configure and update software, or do the heavy lifting involved in securing and scaling Grafana in production.

 

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Our Azure AD integration with Amazon Managed Grafana is complementary to the AWS SSO integration announced earlier this year.  Customers can directly integrate Azure AD with Amazon Managed Grafana or use the AWS SSO integration to centrally manage Azure AD users and groups across AWS services.

To learn more about protecting Amazon Managed Grafana with Azure AD, review our documentation and visit the Amazon Managed Grafana webpage for more details. Let us know what you think in the comments below. As always, we’d love to hear any feedback or suggestions you have.

 

Best regards,

Sue Bohn

Partner Director of Program Management

Microsoft Identity Division

Twitter: @Sue_Bohn

 

 

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