Azure API Setup

Abe Bro
Abe Bro
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Want to connect the Azure API to your Backup Radar account? We have an automatic configuration wizard for that!

Follow the steps below to create an integration between the Azure API and your Backup Radar account.

Note: This integration needs to be set up for each individual client, so repeat these steps as needed.  

What you'll need:
• A browser that's configured to allow pop ups.

  1. In your Backup Radar account, select Integration > Backup Integrations.
    Integration and select Backup Integrations.png

  2. Click the + button on the Azure tile.
    Click Azure.png

    If this is not your first Azure integration, you'll also need to click Configure new source to get to the next screen.

     Click Configure New Source.png

  3. Scroll to Profile and configure the following:
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    a. Profile Name: Add a profile name (this can be anything you like, e.g. your client's name).
    b. Run Automatic Configuration Wizard: Click the Run Automatic Configuration Wizard button. 

  4. Click Login with Microsoft and follow the steps to sign in with your Microsoft account. Ensure you're logging into a Microsoft account with adequate permissions.
    Click Login with Microsoft.png

  5. Configure the following Connection Details and click Sign in under selected tenant:
    Configure your Connection Details.png
    a. Tenant ID (Directory ID): Select the associated Tenant ID from your Azure directory for the client you're adding.
    b. Subscription ID: Select the appropriate Subscription ID for this tenant. Note that if your client has multiple subscriptions, you can repeat these steps as many times as needed to integrate them all.

  6. Select the Backup Radar Application ID (Client ID) for this client. If none exist, click Create new to generate a Client ID that you'll be able to select from the drop-down and click Finish.
    Select the Backup Radar Application ID (Client ID).png

  7. Under Client ID assignment, configure the following settings:
    Note: This step is a common best practice. If your Azure subscription name or Azure recovery service vault name already match your desired outcome, you can feel free to skip this step.
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    a. Client ID Assignment: Ensure this button is toggled on.
    b. Map Client ID from: Select Custom Value from the drop-down list.
    c. Default Client ID: Enter your desired Client ID. This can be any name you'd likewhatever makes sense as an identifier for your client.

  8. Under Vaults, select your desired resource group(s) and vault(s) and click Save:
    Configure Vaults.png

  9. You're done!

What’s next?

Shortly, your backups should start populating in your Manage > Activate Backups screen.

Any questions? Reach out to our friendly, neighborhood support team by submitting a support ticket.

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