I’ve had a couple conversations recently around use cases for automation / orchestration / integration using the ZPA API, and I pulled together a bookmark list of resources in that space… figured it might be useful for others as well!
To start with, our
ZPA API help docs have some terrific API coverage, ranging from getting started tips and prerequisites, to a comprehensive API reference, to a developer’s guide with specific details for various use cases.
If you don’t want to
create your own Postman collection, @maneeshsahu has you covered, with a public collection …
@boris.gekhtman shared a great example of the power of API integration with ServiceNOW …
@wguilherme has a bunch of great uses for his Terraform provider:
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Zscaler has recently introduced many updates to the ZPA API, to include new management resources and enhancements. In the continuing effort to keep this unofficial provider up to date, I have developed these new resources into the provider and the latest release is now available in the GitHub Repository
Important: It is important to emphasize that this Terraform provider is not in any way supported or maintained by Zscaler enginee…
Automating the deployment of ZPA App Connectors have become a lot easier recently, with the introduction of new API endpoints, where you can now automate the creation of both App Connector Groups and Provisioning Keys. As some of you are aware, I have recently released an
Unofficial ZPA Terraform Provider, which have been updated to support these new API resources. The provider allows for easy and fast deployment of ZPA App Connectors across multiple clouds, since Terraform is agnostic.
[ZPA Terraform Provider (Unofficial) +AWS S3 Backend + AWS DynamoDB]
How to Enable Terraform Remote State with AWS S3 for ZPA.
In part two of this series, I will discuss how you can enable the AWS S3 Remote Back with Terraform.
To enable remote state storage with S3, the first step is to create an S3 bucket. In the example below, I am creating each resource configuration in its own individual .tf file for better organization, but for testing purposes, you may use a single i.e main…
Any other tips, tools, or favorite resources? Please share in the replies!