SLASCONE is a Microsoft Azure application that can be installed and deployed in one of the following ways:
- Using an own/existing Azure subscription (recommended). This ensures that you are the master of your data, and you can choose in which region your application and data reside.
- Using a SLASCONE GmbH Azure subscription. Everything is managed by us.
In both cases, you don’t have to worry about the installation updates. Both installation and updates are managed by SLASCONE GmbH.
When you choose to use an own/existing Azure subscription, you need to perform the following steps in order for us to be able to install SLASCONE:
A resource group contains the resources required to successfully deploy SLASCONE in Azure. It is a container that holds related resources for an Azure solution. Please create a new resource group called slascone-licensing.
Create a new user e.g., [email protected], that has contributor permissions in the resource group slascone-licensing.
This user should be able to send (administrative) emails. You will have to provide us the user’s credentials and the smtp server details.
Certain resource types need to be registered in the subscription. Log in to the the Azure portal as a subscription administrator (not as [email protected]) and navigate to your subscription. In the Left menu click on Resource Providers and make sure that the following resources are registered:
SLASCONE uses Azure AD B2C as its main identity provider. However, you can integrate your company’s existing Azure AD in order to provide a single sign on experience for your internal staff, thus eliminating the necessity for an additional login/password.
In order to achieve that, an Azure administrator needs to register an application within your organizational Azure AD. This article explains the process detail.
You will then have to provide us the following properties of the registered application so that we can configure the Azure AD B2C accordingly:
- Application (client) ID
- Client Secret
Here an additional article explaining the process.
- API FUNDAMENTALS
- INSTALLATION PREREQUISITES
- CODE EXAMPLES
- COMPONENTS & SIZING
- CORE API
- CREATING A PRODUCT
- CUSTOM TYPES
- CUSTOMER (LICENSEE) PORTAL
- ERROR CODES
- COMPLIANCE AND FRAUD DETECTION
- GENERATING A UNIQUE DEVICEID
- GETTING STARTED
- IMPORTING DATA FROM YOUR ERP/CRM
- MASTER TEMPLATES (EDITIONS)
- MIGRATING FROM API v1.x TO v2.x
- PRODUCT ANALYTICS
- ROLES AND USER ADMINISTRATION
- UNDERSTANDING SLASCONE
- URL LINKS