Providing Service Account Credentials¶
Service account credentials can be provided as part of the CAS Manager as a Service deployment. These credentials can be manually entered, or for GCP deployments a key file can be provided that can be used to populate the fields. For more information on creating a deployment, see Creating a Deployment.
The table below outlines the features supported by the different Connector versions, and the cloud providers that work with the CAS Manager as a Service.
Cloud Access Manager Features enabled by Cloud Service Accounts¶
|Deallocation*||Supported||Not Applicable||Not Applicable||Not Applicable|
|Power Management||Supported||Supported||Supported||Not Supported|
|Workstation Provisioning||Not Supported||Supported||Not Supported||Not Supported|
*Deallocation is a power state within Microsoft Azure. When a remote workstation is powered off by a user, it will be shutdown and the account will still be billed. CAS Manager as a Service can deallocate remote workstations that have been shutdown in order to stop them being billed.