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.
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.
Managing Groups and OGNL
As part of a SAML assertion you may need to send group membership extracted from LDAP directory. In this session you will be shown how to use Object-Graph Navigation Language (OGNL) to extract only certain groups from the list to send.
SSO for SaaS Apps: Customer Onboarding
Once you've SSO-enabled your application in PingOne using REST APIs or SAML, learn how to invite and onboard your customers to your application. There are two recommended ways - the self service widget and an email invitation. We'll cover both.
Office 365 Connector v1.0
The Office 365 Connector is used to configure SSO using SAML 2.0 with PingFederate.
OAuth, PingFederate, and SAML
Explore how PingFederate can be used to combine SAML with OAuth 2.0. Consider the benefits achieved through the combination of these protocols, and learn how PingFederate can be configured for the OAuth 2.0 SAML Bearer Assertion grant type use case.
Industry Standard: SAML
This sessiois intended for anyone interested in learning SAML, in a vendor neutral environment. Learn why SAML is important for providing a secure exchange of identity information. We will outline use cases that can be applied to your organization.