Before diving into all the functionality JupiterOne has to offer, we first need to start bringing assets into your JupiterOne workspace. There are several options available for you when ingesting resources into JupiterOne. Most commonly, JupiterOne leverages integrations with tools your organization uses in order to dynamically populate a majority of your assets for you.
Using JupiterOne's integrations
JupiterOne features over 180 built-in integrations with leading industry technologies. By initializing integrations within JupiterOne, you can begin pulling in assets from your organization’s tools and applications. Once configured, integration instances will pull in and automatically update assets from each respective integration to ensure that your asset data is always up-to-date.
Outside of the common ingestion options, JupiterOne also features the ability to import your own data for use within assets. You may want to utilize this function if JupiterOne does not officially support an integration you wish to source data from within your workflow, or if you’d like to enrich existing data within JupiterOne by providing additional data points.
Creating Assets within JupiterOne
Within JupiterOne, you have the ability to create and import your own assets directly into your workspace. This allows you to add additional assets beyond what is populated from your integrations and provides flexibility to ingest data points that might play a role in your environment that aren’t automatically ingested to the workspace.
With data feeding into JupiterOne, you can review your assets from within the Assets tab. Continue on to the next article to learn more about the various ways in which you can import your data and manage your assets within your JupiterOne workspace.