Systems of Record provide SGNL with valuable business context in order to make policy decisions. When you configure a datasource, you tell SGNL how to connect to the source, as well as describe the types of objects and attributes you want to bring into the SGNL graph.
SGNL connects to a range of systems of record leveraging open-standards such as SCIM, as well as with proprietary APIs.
Before you configure a System of Record, it’s important to consider what data you need to support your SGNL Policies. SGNL can filter data based on types of entities (e.g. users, groups, accounts) as well as attributes. For Systems of Record that support it, SGNL can also use scoped tokens and credentials to adhere to the principles of least privilege.