Aserto manages connections to source code providers and identity providers.
To list the connections you've established, use the following command:
aserto tenant list-connections
There are two types of connections: system connections and user connections.
A system connection stores the connection between the tenant and other Aserto services, such as the policy registry and the hosted authorizer.
A user connection is one that the user has established between Aserto and one of their services. There are two types of user connections currently supported:
- IDP (identity provider): this is a read-only connection between Aserto and an Identity Provider. Currently, Auth0 and Okta are supported.
- SCC (source code control): this is a connection between Aserto and a source code control system. Currently, only GitHub is supported.
To display detailed information about a particular connection, type
aserto tenant get-connection <connection-id>
To verify that a connection is still operational (i.e. the token that Aserto holds is still valid), use the following command:
aserto tenant verify-connection <connection-id>
To discover the types of connections Aserto supports (known as Providers), use the following:
aserto tenant list-providers
To list the kinds of providers Aserto supports, type
aserto tenant list-provider-kinds
To get more detailed information about a provider, use the following command (using the ID that
is listed in the
aserto tenant get-provider <provider-id>