The Azure Adapter is an adapter that is installed into Kinetic Bridgehub that allows data from Azure Government to be pulled back using bridging.
Note: Check to ensure that this adapter isn't already installed into your bridgehub as part of the base installation before undertaking the installation tasks.
|Keystore Path||Path to the .jks file to use when making the request.|
|Keystore Password||Password for the .jks file being used in the request.|
You'll need to create a self-signed certificate in order to interact with the API. Follow these steps to create your certificates and upload the public one to Azure.
Run this command:
keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA -alias azurecert -keystore keystore.jks -storepass password123 -validity 360 -keysize 2048
Generate the .cer file to be uploaded to Azure
keytool -export -alias azurecert -keystore <location of .jks file> -rfc -file <location of file to be saved>
Because fields are dynamic and depend on the set up of the various structures, the fields listed may not contain every field possible. To get the JSON response of the API request, you can set the "Log Level" to "TRACE" and make a call via Bridge API Test. Then, when you look at Current Log, you can see the JSON response.
** Fields are comma separated with no spaces. Example: Category,Description,OS **
As of right now, you will only be able to search top-level fields. You will not be able to search nested JSON objects. Queries are based on exact match and are case sensitive.
SUBSCRIPTION ID MUST BE PROVIDED IN THE QUERY AS THE FIRST ARGUMENT, ENCLOSED IN SQUARE BRACKETS
FOR VIRTUAL MACHINE STRUCTURE ONLY:** The Cloud Service Name must be in square brackets and immediately follow the Subscription ID.**
You can combine queries by using an ampersand (Example: [ ** <Subscription ID> ]]"Category"="Public"]"OS"="Linux"**).