To gain visibility of your enterprise technology portfolio, Oomnitza uses integrations. Oomnitza integrations sync with your organization’s existing data sources to render a true picture of your organization’s technology portfolio such as:
- Endpoints, networking, and infrastructure hardware, both physical and virtual.
- Desktop software and SaaS applications.
- SSO and SAML endpoints.
More integrations are being added daily!
Integrations are key to consolidating data from existing siloed tools to gain visibility of your system landscape. The following types of integrations are available:
- Extended integrations
- Basic integrations
- Service management integrations
- API integrations for workflows
- SSO (Single Sign-On) and SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) integrations
- SaaS Management integrations
- Custom integrations
- REST API for outbound integrations
- Vendor integrations
- EXCEL and CSV integrations
For loading large volumes of asset and user data from systems, such as JAMF and AWS on a daily schedule. To ingest the data, the external system exposes its REST API to Oomnitza.
Extended integrations in Oomnitza offer flexibility in terms of installation options. When creating an integration, you have the choice between two installation types:
With a cloud installation, you create and store your credentials securely in the Oomnitza vault. This approach ensures the safe keeping of your credentials, as they are stored in a protected environment within Oomnitza's infrastructure.
With a local installation, your credentials are stored on your own virtual machine or server. This option provides you with the control and ownership of managing your credentials within your own environment.
Basic integrations are also used for loading large volumes of asset and user data from multiple systems. A basic integration is required for some integrations such as Microsoft SCCM, MunkiReport, and Cisco Jasper. Unlike extended integrations, basic integrations must be set up, configured, and run on your own virtual machine or server.
Service management integrations
User interface plug-in for integrating with external ticketing systems such as FreshService, Jira, Salesforce Service Cloud, ServiceNow, and Zendesk. For example, when users raise tickets, the plug-in enables Support to assign devices to the tickets.
API integrations for workflows
Bi-directional API for a single object, such as an endpoint or user record. You can use web services to retrieve more data about an object or send data about an object from Oomnitza to a third-party system. Multiple built-in presets are available for assets, users, and SaaS users that can be used in workflows to automate complex tasks. Customers can also define their own presets in Oomnitza such as presets for Postman.
SSO and SAML integrations
SSO and SAML allow the seamless login of a user into Oomnitza, which allows the user to bypass the login screen. JIT provisioning is also supported. It enables new users that are already validated in your SSO to access Oomnitza with a predefined role.
SaaS Management integrations
You can synchronize SaaS systems with your Oomnitza instance by using login and integration information from your single sign-on (SSO) identity provider.
As well as retrieving a list of SaaS systems and SaaS users, the synced systems can be associated with contracts. You can gain greater insights into SaaS usage, seat availability, and user activity. Based on the analysis of the SaaS activity information, you can budget better and determine whether you can save costs by unsubscribing users from SaaS systems.
You can leverage Oomnitza’s integration builder to connect to the REST API that your organization wants to use to ingest and manage data in Oomnitza.
REST API for outbound integrations
External developers are provided with complete access to the Oomnitza data model.
To browse the officially supported REST APIs, from the menu click Configuration > Integrations > Rest APIs (Swagger Docs).
To access the REST APIs, you must insert a valid security token in the REST API header call.
The standardized push of purchasing information for new assets from vendors, such as CDW and SHI, into Oomnitza. To push purchasing information, vendors use the
CreateAsset REST API.
EXCEL and CSV integrations
In the Oomnitza user interface, you can use the import and export features to load and share data.
Learn more about the integrations that Oomnitza offers. Enter the name of the vendor application to find the article.