You will need to create a read-only account in AWS and enter the information into Unigma, for each of your customers' AWS accounts. Here is how to do it:
- Connect to your Amazon AWS Management Consoleand go IAM (Identity And Access Management).
- Click on the “Create a New Group” button and follow the new group wizard:
- Enter the new group name: “unigma” and click “Next”
- In the “Attach Policy” list find ReadOnlyAccess then click “Next”
- Click "Create Group"
- The back to "Users" select "Add User"
- Enter “UnigmaReadOnly” as the username and make sure “Programmatic Access”is checked off.
- On the next screen, select "Add User To Group" and add the user to the "Unigma" group you created earlier, click "Next"
- On the next screen, click "Create User", then make sure to Download or note down the Secret Key and Access Key associated with that user.
- Make sure AWS Billing Alerts are enabled.
Now, come back into Unigma and perform these steps:
- Click on your email address in the top right corner
- Click "Settings"and go to Customers/ProjectsTAB
- Click "Edit"next to the Customer to whom this AWS account belongs. If the customer does not yet exist, click "Add New Customer/Project"
- Once you are editing the Customer, click "Add Cloud Account"
- Select AWS, then start going through the wizard and enter the name of the cloud account, Access Key and Secret Key created in Step 5.
- Click "Next", and enter the name of the S3 Bucket containing Detailed Billing Reports (more info on how to set this up)
- Click "Next", enter 1-30 minutes or select 0 (for off updating) update frequency and any application Monitoring Templates
- Click "Create"