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See the supported connectors for Application Integration.

Set up Application Integration

This page describes how to set up (provision) Application Integration in the Google Cloud console.

Before you begin

Ensure that you meet the following prerequisites before you set up Application Integration.

  1. Google Cloud project: Confirm that you have a Google Cloud project. The Google Cloud project is a top-level container that holds your Application Integration integrations and other Google Cloud resources.

    For information about creating a new Google Cloud project, see Create a project.

  2. Google Cloud billing account: Confirm that you have an active Google Cloud billing account. Your project usage is charged to the linked Cloud Billing account.

    For information about how to verify the billing status of your Google cloud project, see Verify the billing status of your projects.

  3. Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles: Application Integration uses Identity and Access Management (IAM) to control access to your integrations. Confirm that your Google Cloud project has the following IAM roles:
    • Google Cloud Project Editor
    • KMS operator permissions
    • Integration Admin
    • Connector Admin

    For information about how to view, grant, or modify IAM roles, see Granting, changing, and revoking access.

    We recommend you to use the Policy Troubleshooter if you encounter any access issues while assigning the IAM roles and permissions in your Google cloud project.

Get set up

To successfully set up Application Integration in your Google Cloud project, perform the following steps:

Step 1: Launch the Application Integration setup wizard

Step 2: Enable APIs

Step 3: Select Region and Cloud KMS Key

Step 4: Grant Crypto Access


To learn more about Application Integration

See Application Integration overview



To set up Application Integration in your project

Launch Application Integration setup wizard