Allow cross-tenant queries and commands
Principals from multiple tenants can run queries and commands in a single Azure Data Explorer cluster. In this article, you'll learn how to give cluster access to principals from another tenant.
The following examples show how to define trusted tenants in the portal and with an API request.
The principal who will run queries or commands must also have a relevant database role. See also role-based authorization. Validation of correct roles takes place after validation of trusted external tenants.
In the Azure portal, go to your Azure Data Explorer cluster page.
In the left-hand menu, under Settings, select Security.
Define the desired tenants permissions.
After updating the
trustedExternalTenants property, you can give access to principals from the approved tenants. Use the Azure portal to give a principal cluster level permissions or database permissions. Alternatively, to give access to a database, table, function, or materialized view level, use management commands.
The configuration of this feature applies solely to Azure Active Directory identities (Users, Applications) trying to connect to the Azure Data Explorer data plane. It has no impact on cross Azure Active Directory ingestion.