How to provide external access to SquaredUp
Join Matthew Long and Adam Kinniburgh as they walk through some of the complexities that are synonymous with providing secure access to SquaredUp dashboards outside your corporate network.
Remote users that receive alert notifications via their phone will often require access to SquaredUp outside of your internal domain. Putting SquaredUp in the DMZ can be tricky given both the somewhat sensitive nature of monitoring data and SquaredUp's proximity to SCOM management servers (which typically are not placed in the DMZ). During this webinar we take a look at how you can get round this. From modern network appliances (Application Delivery Controllers) that you probably already have in your environment, to specialised Delivery Platforms that are designed to provide access to internal apps without making firewall changes.
We also give a demo of Microsoft's Azure Active Directory Application Proxy (available on Azure Basic plans and above), as it's an extremely simple and powerful way to provide access to SquaredUp externally, including via multi-factor authentication.
Download a PDF version of the slides here.
- Publishing SquaredUp (2.0) using Azure AD App Proxy - by Jan Vidar Elven
- How to provide secure remote access using Azure AD App Proxy - Microsoft Docs
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