Many businesses use an open standard protocol called SAML to share identities between multiple organizations and applications. SAML enables single sign-on, eliminating most passwords and the risks associated with them. See how it works.
How to Configure Issuance Criteria in PingFederate
This video provides an overview of issuance criteria, where it can be used in PingFederate, and a demonstration of how to configure issuance criteria from the SAML IdP's perspective.
Configuring SSO to a SAML app: Connecting to AWS
This video covers setting up an SSO connection on PingOne to Amazon Web Services (AWS). It covers the series of steps needed to complete the configuration and bring AWS to your end users.
Creating a Connection with PingFederate (both sides - PF 7)
An all-in-one recording of a PingFederate Creating a Connection class. This is a demo of creating a connection between an Identity Provider and a Service Provider.
Identity bridges: AD Connect configuration
How to configure ADConnect (a lightweight .NET application that will send SAML assertions to PingOne to enable SSO to your applications).
The first objective for anyone wanting to implement SAML in their organization is to accomplish Web Single Sign-On (SSO) to simplify access to various external and internal resources using a single account and password.
Configuring SSO to a SAML app: Connecting to Office 365
This video will walk you through how to SSO enable Office 365. Key steps include configuring the domain for SSO, using Powershell, utilizing directory synchronization, and mapping the appropriate attributes.