You set your Azure storage account to integrate with your Anaplan models via CloudWorks.
You should be familiar with Azure Storage Accounts, Containers, and Blobs (files).
Best practice tip: Ensure that your SAS token remains valid for the entire duration of your integration. If it expires, the integration will not work.
You can either create a new Azure storage account
- Create or open an Azure storage account.
- Select your services, resource types, and permissions:
Allowed services: select only Blob
Allowed resource types: select all three, Service, Container, and Object
Allowed permissions: select only Read, Write and List.
Note: set these three categories as shown, or your integration will not be valid.
- Enter your permission Start and End, dates, and times.
- Select the time zone from the drop-down list.
- Enter the Allowed IP addresses.
- Select your preferred routing tier (Basic, Microsoft network, or Internet routing).
- Select your Signing key from the drop-down list.
- Click Generate SAS and connection string.
The SAS and connection strings display.
Warning: you cannot use SAS tokens generated at the blob (file) level. Generate your SAS tokens at either the Azure Storage Account or Container level to be compatible with CloudWorks.