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Microsoft Azure

To import your AKS clusters from Microsoft Azure your have to provide some credentials. The instructions on how to get/create these credentials can be found in the following.

Value Description
Subscription ID A unique alphanumeric string that identifies your Azure subscription.
Client ID Client ID for your created Application.
Client Secret Client Secret for your created Application.
Tenant ID A unique id for your application which can be created via the Azure Active Directory.
Resource Group Name The name of the resource group, where your AKS clusters were created.
Admin Credentials When you activate this toggle kubenav will download the Kubeconfig file with the admin credentials of your user.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials

Login to the Microsoft Azure Portal, you need the following information to use the Azure integration for kubenav:

  • Subscription ID
  • Client ID
  • Client Secret
  • Tenant ID
  • Resource Group Name

To get a Client ID, Client Secret and Tenant ID, you have to create an App registration, in the Azure Active Directory. For this go to Azure Active Directory, App registrations and create a New registration. You do not need to provide a Redirect URI. After the creation note download the Application (client) ID and Directory (tenant) ID.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials

Then for this App registration go to Certificates & secrets and create a new Client secret.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials

Then for this App registration go to Manifest and set "oAuth2AllowImplicitFlow": true. Then save the changed manifest.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials

Next you have to give the new App registration permissions to manage the above resources. For this go to Subscriptions, choose the subscription that you want to use with kubenav, take a note of the Subscription ID and then go to Access control (IAM) in your subscription.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials

There add a new Role assignment between the role Contributor and the Azure AD user, group or service principal that you just created.

Microsoft Azure: Creating App Credentials