I setup an AWS connector per the instructions, it tests successfully. Now what? I thought I'd see something but when I go to Cloud / SaaS Overview I get, Information - No connectors are configured for your system
Did I miss something?
our AWS connector will pull data from the Amazon Web Services portal. As you can see in the user guide, we are pulling HostName, MAC and IP. This information will then populate the report "Computers that are not inventoried", if there hasn't been a matching inventoried device found in your system. You are then intended to bring an inventory method of your choice to inventory the machine.
The tab Cloud -> SaaS Overview however is intended to show cloud application usage, that comes from our portal connectors.
To reiterate what Marcel says, the AWS connector is for discovery, so it only tells you the instances in the scanned accounts. For server instances to appear in the 'All cloud servers' report they need to be running v5 agents, instances with earlier agents will not appear in any of the Cloud reports
I've been configuring a number of AWS connectors, and have already put a number of improvement ideas on the Ideas Board. Is anyone else using the AWS connector, because it's limitations become apparent pretty much as soon as you start to use it? I'd like to compare notes with someone else if possible.
Will this be cumulative? ie. if the instances aren't persistent in that they are spun up and down regularly through automation - will this be a hugely growing list of "computers that aren't inventoried" - or will it just reflect what it sees at each scan of the AWS environments?
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