Create the Credential

For Azure, a service principal is required which can be created by following the steps in the provider documentation.

  1. Azurerm Creating a Service Principal
  2. In the "Add Credentials" dialogue select Azure
  3. Enter the Client ID (appId), Secret Key (password) and Tenant ID
    (tenant) from the output of create-for-rbac. Click Save

Example output from create-for-rbac

{
  "appId": "c5f583b2-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-baa93d369f1b",
  "displayName": "azure-cli-2020-04-21-07-39-09",
  "name": "http://azure-cli-2020-04-21-07-39-09",
  "password": "2458ffd6-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-3b9f3964ab67",
  "tenant": "8ad9e98e-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-7969b23753d4"
}

Create the Provider Configuration

Paste the values directly into the UI as seen below:

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Example in the Scalr provider:

resource "scalr_provider_configuration" "azurerm" {
  name              = "azurerm"
  account_id        = "acc-xxxxxxxxx"
  azurerm {
    client_id       = "my-client-id"
    client_secret   = "my-client-secret"
    subscription_id = "my-subscription-id"
    tenant_id       = "my-tenant-id"
  }
}

The above is an example, please see the full provider documentation here .

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The provider configuration will auto populate the majority of the information in the Azure provider block, but you will continue to have to add the features {} block even if it is empty. Scalr does not add this to ensure any existing configuration does not break.


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