Available connectors Click on any connector to be directed to its GitHub repo, where you can learn more about installing the connector, its available commands, and the specific identity and permission data the connector syncs. Github Amazon Web Services Okta MySQL PostgreSQL
Diff access rights from two SaaS systems with Baton
After reading this guide, you will be able to: Understand how to set up the Baton connectors Understand how the baton utility works Understand how to compare access rights between two GitHub organizations Before you start Before you begin, make sure you have everything set up from the list below:
Export GitHub access updates to a CSV file using Baton
After reading this guide, you will be able to: Understand how the Baton SDK works Understand how to connect Baton SDK to your GitHub instance Understand how to use the CLI Understand how to export results in a .csv file Before you begin Before you begin, make sure you have everything from the list below:
Getting started with the Baton CLI
In this guide you can find basic information about the Baton CLI. Together we will go through the basic concepts and show you how to install and use the CLI. How to set up Baton Setting up Baton requires two steps. Use this command to install Baton: $ brew install conductorone/baton/baton If you don’t have Homebrew installed yet, follow this guide.
Getting started with the Baton SDK
Baton SDK To start, we’ve built Baton to make it easier for everyone to audit their identity and access information within other systems. In order to bring calm to the chaos of the internet, Baton defines its own data model that we can normalize external data into. This is handled mostly by the SDK, allowing you to focus on the important part: actually obtaining the data.
Set up a daily check for GitHub user rights updates using Baton
After reading this guide, you will be able to: Understand how the Baton SDK works Understand how to generate a c1z file Understand how to integrate the Baton SDK with GitHub Understand how to set up a GitHub scheduled flow Let’s get started! Before you start Before you begin, make sure you have everything set up from the list below:
Use Baton to get Splunk alerts when a new Github admin is added
For this tutorial we will use Splunk as our SIEM. Splunk is software that helps capture, index, and correlate real-time data in a searchable repository, from which it can generate graphs, reports, alerts, dashboards, and visualizations. After reading this guide, you will be able to: Understand how to setup and use Baton and the baton-github connector Understand how to set up Splunk Understand how to use AWS S3 in cooperation with Baton Understand how to generate alerts Before you start Before you begin, make sure you have everything set up from the list below:
Welcome to Baton
What is Baton by ConductorOne? Baton comprises three major components: The Baton CLI: a command line interface that provides a set of commands to extract, compare, and explore identity, resource, and permission data in an app. The Baton SDK: a toolkit that makes building a connector for any application seamless.