This article shows an overview of steps to take when deploying SysKit Point.
SysKit Point is an Azure App application deployed in an Azure subscription. After the deployment, the key Azure resources shown in the architecture diagram below will be created and ready to run SysKit Point.
SysKit Point - Architecture Diagram

Getting Started

These are the 3 most important steps to get you started with SysKit Point:
  1. 1.
    Deploy SysKit Point to an empty Azure resource group
    • Ask your Azure team to create a dedicated Azure resource group and deploy SysKit Point from the Azure Marketplace
    • When deploying, make sure to configure Azure resources following the minimum requirements
    • After the deployment, you will be able to access the SysKit Point web application by opening the defined URL
  2. 2.
    • Our team will provide the license key for the product activation after purchasing the selected edition of SysKit Point
    • At any time, you can find your keys in the Customers Portal
    • If you do not have the activation information, please contact us
  3. 3.
    • You will be asked to create an App registration in your Azure Active Directory
    • A Global Administrator will be asked to sign in and provide application consent during the setup; Please note: the Global admin account is only necessary during the initial configuration; later, the application can be used with other non-privileged accounts
If you run into any issues when preparing your environment, please contact us.

First steps with SysKit Point

By now, your SysKit Point is up and running. You can sign in to the SysKit Point web application, and it will continuously collect data from Microsoft 365. There are a few important considerations to make to complete the setup and secure your Point web application: