In this article we will discuss what is SSO or Single Sign-On:
SSO stands for Single Sign-On. The Wikipedia definition for SSO is:
"Single Sign-On is an authentication scheme that allows a user to login with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems"
Basically, it is a one stop shop for all your applications! This is awesome because with SSO we now have the power to enter one username/password and get access to all of our apps in one place.
For example here is our SSO page using Okta:
To access the SSO page from the console navigate to Settings -> Single Sign-On (example GIF below):
SSO setup guides
- Setting up SSO with OneLogin
- Setting up SSO with DUO
- Setting up SSO with Okta
- Setting up SSO with Google Workspace
- Setting up SSO with Microsoft Azure AD
SCIM and SSO
SCIM (short for System for Cross-domain Identity Management) can be used in conjunction with SSO. If you want to dive deeper, check out SCIM Setup for SSO article.
If you have any further questions please reach out to our Rhombus Support at email@example.com. If you would like to talk to a Rhombus Sales Representative please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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