This is a collection of the current Licensing Requirements each application connecting to SaaS Alerts is required to have to function with the platform.
Our recommendation is to use a minimum of:
Also helpful is the suggested but not required Active Directory P1 licensing. Azure Active Directory Premium P1 (P1 or higher) provides access to the MFA report and SSPR status for users. AAD P1 can be added to any subscription as a standalone add-on. If you want Azure P1 included in the subscription you must sell Business Premium or E3. Be aware that while one AAD P1 per tenant works, Microsoft's policy is that every user must have an AAD P1.
A Google Workspace license that supports third-party integrations is required. Third-party integrations are supported by the following:
Google Workspace Enterprise
Business (Starter, Standard, and Plus)
Education (Fundamentals, Standard, Plus)
Cloud Identity Premium
Google Workspace Essentials Starter and "Enterprise Essentials" licenses do not support third-party integration and won't connect to SaaS Alerts.
The user needed to make the connection must be a Workspace Owner or Workspace Admin.
The slack instance must be one of the following paid:
SaaS alerts will not be able to connect to the free tier as it does not support an API connection. Setup Instructions for Slack
When connecting Dropbox here are a few important notes. The service must be at least the paid Business "For teams" Standard level or higher to allow connection to the SaaS Alerts UI, the lower and free tiers do not allow API connections.
To connect to the IT Glue API the following licensing is required:
NinjaOne user with the System Administrator Permission. Using a user specifically for this integration is not required, but is recommended because it can help to troubleshoot in the future.
There are three security licensing tiers that can be applied to Salesforce instances offering differing levels of security services. Salesforce License Types and SaaS Alerts functionality
Salesforce Event Monitoring