Supported SaaS Applications
SaaS applications are cloud apps where the software and infrastructure are owned and managed by the application service provider but where you retain full control of the data, including who can create, access, share, and transfer information stored in the hosted application. Although most SaaS applications allow you to configure rules about how data can be shared, the way data is exposed and the rules for controlling this sharing of data vary from application to application, which makes it difficult to ensure consistent security policy across all applications, assets, and users. The Aperture service provides centralized policy and enforcement for all of your SaaS applications so that you can ensure that all of your corporate data is protected at all times.
The following table lists the SaaS applications that the Aperture service supports and briefly describes how data is exposed in each one.
Amazon S3 — A cloud-based storage service by Amazon that allows you to store data in buckets. Data storage by geographic region enables you to optimize latency, minimize costs, and satisfy regulatory requirements. Begin Scanning an Amazon S3 App .
Amazon Web Services — An Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) service that provides scalable computing capacity in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud with virtual servers, networking and storage management. Begin Scanning an Amazon Web Services App .
A cloud-based file-sharing and collaboration application that allows users to create folders and documents and share them with other users and groups. Begin Scanning a Box App .
Confluence by Atlassian provides a centralized platform for knowledge sharing, document management, project planning, and seamless integration with Atlassian JIRA for product development. Begin Scanning a Confluence App .
A personal cloud storage service used for file sharing and collaboration. It enables synchronization of all assets to any device linked to your account. Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer .
A web-based revision control service that hosts all your source code and intellectual property, and facilitates collaborative coding. Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer .
Gmail — A free email service from Google, and is integrated with the Google suite of web apps. Gmail provides a user-friendly and customizable email service for web and mobile apps, as well as third-party programs that synchronize email content through POP or IMAP protocols. Begin Scanning a Gmail App
Google Drive — A cloud-storage and file backup application that allows users to save assets—photos, emails, and other files—and collaborate with other users without sending files as attachments over email. Begin Scanning a Google Drive App .
G Suite — A cloud-based ecosystem by Google providing hosted domains, storage, mobile device management and a collaboration-ready office suite. Begin Scanning a G Suite App .
A commercial collaboration and knowledge management tool produced by Jive Software. Jive integrates the functionality of online communities, microblogging, social networking, discussion forums, blogs, wikis, and instant messaging under one unified user interface. Content placed into any of the systems can be found through a common search interface. Add a Jive App .
Microsoft Exchange — provides a suite of messaging and collaborative software for email service, contact management, and calendar scheduling regardless of location or device. Begin Scanning a Microsoft Exchange App .
Office 365 — a Microsoft brand name for its SaaS applications. Aperture supports the OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online applications. SharePoint is an application that an organization can use to create an internal web site that is hosted in the cloud. They can then share the content on this web site with external collaborators, such as customers or partners. OneDrive is a cloud-storage and file backup application that allows users to share files and collaborate with other internal or external users. The Aperture service secures both of these applications as soon as you Begin Scanning Microsoft Office 365 Apps .
Yammer — A collaborative platform that provides a private social network for your organization (same email domain). Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer .
A cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) service that provides sales tools and automation software that include case management tools and analytics. Aperture supports Salesforce and Salesforce Sandbox applications. Salesforce activities you can monitor include: login activities, file sharing and downloading, lead generation, dashboard creation, object management (create, edit, view, delete), report management (export, view, create), and access to external services. Begin Scanning a Salesforce App .
Secure Data Space (SDS)
An enterprise file synchronization and share solution that provides users with a highly-secure business solution for easy storage, synchronization, distribution and management of data, regardless of location or device. Begin Scanning a Secure Data Space App .
ServiceNow is a suite of applications produced by ServiceNow, Inc. ServiceNow provides service management for every department in an enterprise, including Information Technology, Human Resources, Facilities, and Field Service. Begin Scanning a ServiceNow App .
ShareFile is a file synchronization and storage service, providing virtualization, mobility management, networking and cloud services with instant access to apps, desktops, data and communications on any device, over any network and cloud. ShareFile is owned by Citrix Systems. Begin Scanning Citrix ShareFile Apps .
Slack for Enterprise
A cloud-based team collaboration tool that provides community platform and messaging capabilities. Begin Scanning a Slack for Enterprise App .
Workplace by Facebook
Workplace is a collaborative enterprise platform run by Facebook and is used to facilitate communication between coworkers and offers social network features in a corporate environment. Begin Scanning a Workplace by Facebook App .