# Datawiza Cloud Management Console Configuration
In this section, we will show you how to create an application on the Datawiza Cloud Management Console (DCMC) and generate a pair of
PROVISIONING_SECRET for this app. This keypair is used in order for the Datawiza Access Broker to get the latest configurations and policies from the Datawiza Cloud Management Console.
# Sign Into DCMC
- Log into DCMC (Need DCMC user name and password? contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
# Create New Deployment In DCMC
Welcome to the DCMC homepage! Let's get started:
- Click the orange button
+ Create Deployment. Specify a
Description, and click
# Provisioning Keys
- Create your set of provisioning keys. This enables the DCMC to verify the DAB's authenticity. Specify a
Key Nameand set the
Expiresfield to be
1 month later.
# IdP Configuration
- Choose your
Identity Providerfrom the drop down menu.
Populate the fields of the form with the keys/values obtained from IdP Configuration Guide: Microsoft Azure AD.
Populate the fields of the form with the keys/values obtained from IdP Configuration Guide: Okta.
# Add Application
Configure your application with the following values:
- Then click
upstream sever is the address of the application that you want to enable SSO.
- If you use the DAB in sidecar mode and your application is running on
localhost:3001on Mac or Windows, then set upstream server to
- If your application is running on Linux, use
ip addr show docker0to get docker host IP (e.g.,
172.17.0.1) and then set upstream server to
172.17.0.1:3001(see this for more details).
# Note Down Provisioning Keys
Note down your
PROVISIONING_SECRET. We will need these values later when deploying the DAB. Below, you will also find a sample
docker-compose file provided for you. Feel free to use this, or if you are looking for Kubernetes-specific instructions, visit Deploy DAB with Kubernetes.
We have shown you how to create a deployment and an application on the DCMC and generate a
Provisioning Keypair for our app.