Getting to a Unified View.

Easily connecting to existing solutions and systems for unified device management.

The Information Is Already There.

When it comes to device management, there are dozens of tools that manage each device category, type, and OS. You have MDM for Mobile, AD and SCCM for Windows, you have authentication solutions, a firewall, NAC, etc. The list goes on. All the information is there, but there’s no way to get a unified view and cross-correlate across all device types to understand what devices we have and what risks there are.

Axonius Adapters

Easily connect to existing management systems via APIs.

Using the platform’s extensible framework, customers are able to use adapters to connect to their existing systems via APIs. This creates an abstraction layer to devices and provides a unified point of view for visibility and control.

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Featured Example: Active Directory Adapter

Different properties of each device are present in different silos within the organization. What do we need to see the device for what it is? What information would we need to determine whether a device needs updating?

Firstly, in order to understand its network positioning (Is it in production or the corporate net? Is it internet facing or not?) we would go to the solutions that look at the device from a network perspective: the firewall, the vulnerability assessment tool, and/or the NAC. 

Next, in order to get a precise and accurate reading of the OS version, we would need to use an asset management system, such as SCCM/Active Directory. This will enable us to also understand the software installed on the device and the respective version and requirements for updating.

But what happens if that device doesn't have an agent and we're required to get the data only from Active Directory? Should we access each one through RPC/WMI just to get a reading of the software version? All of these different siloed properties would be able to be gathered and used through Axonius adapters.

AD is just a single example of an adapter. Many other adapters are available to integrate with tools like firewalls, endpoint protection solutions, asset management systems, and more.

From Visibility to Action

Once connected to the devices and management systems in a customer's environment via adapters, plugins allow for cross-device functionality using logic.

Plugins Leverage New Insights to Take Action