Let Oomnitza be your single source of truth!
You'll get visibility of your Apple assets and software as data from Jamf is automatically transformed into consumable information and actionable insights.
Connect Oomnitza and Jamf in minutes
Get the information and insights that you need to reduce costs and the time that you spend on administration tasks such as:
- Configurable dashboards and list views of key asset and software information
- Configurable reports to share information about assets and software with your colleagues and management such as corporate-wide reports that detail the distribution and status of the assets and software in your environment
- Configurable workflows that you can create such as
- Workflows for deleting computers, and for remotely locking and erasing devices
- Workflows for editing a computer's extension attribute, general attribute, location, and purchasing attribute
- Workflows for adding a user, getting a user's details, and updating a user's details
- Workflows for deleting users
Before you start
To stream Jamf data into Oomnitza, you must add your OAuth 2.0 credentials to the Oomnitza vault.
The user’s credentials that are added must have read-only access to device information and access to the Jamf Pro API.
Add credentials to the vault in Oomnitza
To add Jamf credentials to Oomnitza, see Adding Jamf (OAuth 2.0) credentials.
You use the credentials that you added to create and customize your Jamf integration with Oomnitza.
Integrate Jamf with Oomnitza
Info and connect details
- Click Settings.
- Click Integrations List View .
- On the Integrations page, scroll down to the Extended section for Assets.
- Click NEW INTEGRATION.
- In the New Asset Integration sidebar, click Jamf.
- To integrate Oomnitza with the Jamf Asset and Software Load (OAuth 2.0), click APPLY and then click NEXT twice.
On the Connect page, complete these steps:
- Enter a descriptive name for the integration such as Jamf Assets and Software. That'll be the name of the integration that is shown on the Integrations page.
- Select Software to retrieve information about the names and versions of software.
- Select Cloud as the installation type.
- From the Credentials list, select the credentials from the Oomnitza vault that you added for the connection.
- Enter the name of the user of the integration.
- Enter the URL of your Jamf Pro instance. The format of the URL is as follows:
- Click Next.
The following information about your assets, can be mapped to Oomnitza:
Active Directory Status
Alt. MAC Address
Available RAM Slots
Cache Size (KB)
Connector Sync Time
Disk Encryption Configuration
ID (Computer ID)
Initial Entry Date
Institutional Recovery Key
Is BLE Capable
Is iTunes Store Account Active
Is Master Password Set
Is MDM Capable
Last Contact Time
Last known IPv4 Address
Number of Cores
Number of Processors
OS Applecare ID
OS Maintenance Expires
Processor Speed MHz
Total Memory (MB)
Map the Jamf fields to Oomnitza fields to get the information that you need to manage Apple assets and software.
To learn more, see Mapping.
When you've completed mapping Jamf Pro to Oomnitza fields, click NEXT.
By default, Jamf data is streamed to Oomnitza once every day.
You can configure the schedule to meet your needs such as changing the interval or changing the time so that the data is streamed when your system isn't busy.
- Configure your schedule.
- Click FINISH.
A new tile is created for the integration on the Integrations page.
What to do next
If you want to see what information is collected now, click the tile on the Integrations page and click RUN.
If you want to change the integration settings, click the integration tile, and then click a navigation link on the page, such as 4 Mappings, and edit the settings.
Add the Jamf subdomain as a global variable
To save time when you create workflows, you can add the Jamf subdomain as a global variable in Oomnitza.
- In Oomnitza, click Settings > Global Settings.
- Click Add new variable (+).
- Enter Jamf.Subdomain as the variable name.
- Enter your subdomain. The format of the instance URL is
https://<customer-subdomain>.jamfcloud.com/. You enter the part of the URL that is between the angle brackets.
- Click SAVE.
To reduce your workload and automate complex and repetitive tasks, you can use API presets to create asset and user workflows.
- From the menu, click Assets.
- Click Add (+). The Begin and End blocks are automatically added to the sandbox.
- Enter the name and a description of the workflow.
- Edit the Begin block by choosing a schedule and adding the rules that will trigger the workflow. For example, add the rule Name equals Jamf, and a rule to trigger the workflow.
- Click the Blocks tab, and drag and drop the API block onto the canvas.
- Click the Edit button.
- Enter Jamf in the search field and choose one of the following presets. To add a preset, you must select credentials and enter your Jamf subdomain.
Jamf Add User
Jamf Delete Computer
Jamf Delete User
Jamf Edit Computer Extension Attribute
Jamf Edit Computer General Attribute
Jamf Edit Computer Location Attribute
Jamf Edit Computer Purchasing Attribute
Jamf Get user Details
Jamf Remote Erase Device
Jamf Remote Lock Device
Jamf Update User
- Click the right arrow >.
- Select your credentials.
- Click SAVE.
- Connect the blocks.
- Validate, launch, and save your workflow.
See Jamf integrations for more information about API asset and user presets.
Unleash the power of Oomnitza
To get valuable actionable insights that help you manage your assets, learn how to:
- Configure dashboards for your assets and software
- Configure custom reports about your assets and software
See Getting started.