Set Up Auto Discovery of Applications Using Cloud Identity Engine
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Set Up Auto Discovery of Applications Using Cloud Identity Engine

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Set Up Auto Discovery of Applications Using Cloud Identity Engine

Auto-discovery of private applications by ZTNA Connector.
Where Can I Use This?
What Do I Need?
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Strata Cloud Manager)
  • Prisma Access (Managed by Panorama)
  • Prisma Access
    4.0
    Prisma Access
    5.0 supports wildcards and IP subnet-based app targets.
    Prisma Access
    5.0.1 supports associating multiple connector groups with FQDN Targets and Wildcard Targets and introduces proximity-based application routing.
  • ZTNA Connector add-on license
    The Business license with the add-on license includes 8 ZTNA Connectors, 100 FQDNs, and 4 IP subnet functionality.
    The Advanced license with the add-on license includes 40 ZTNA Connectors, 300 FQDNs, and 1024 IP subnet functionality.
    The Business Premium license with the add-on license has includes 200 ZTNA Connectors, 4000 FQDNs, and 1024 IP subnet functionality.
  • If you don't purchase the ZTNA Connector add-on license,
    Prisma Access
    licenses include four connectors, 40 apps, and four IP subnets. This functionality is provided for the purpose of trying out ZTNA Connectors in your environment.
In order for ZTNA Connector to auto-discover applications that are defined in Azure Active Directory or Okta Directory, you must configure the following:
The following IdPs are supported for use with application discovery:
  • Azure AD
  • Okta

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