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.
In PingOne for Enterprise
PingOne for Enteprise & PingFederate Bridge Configuration
Learn how to configure PingFederate as an identity bridge for PingOne for Enterprise.
PingOne for Enterprise: How to add a URL to the PingOne Dock
If you'd like to add an application in the same domain as your identity bridge, an application which you have the SSO URL for, or any application URL, follow along with the instructions in this video walkthrough.
SSO for SaaS Apps: Adding a non-SAML enabled application
Learn how to set up and SSO-enable your SaaS application using a simple REST API integration, using common coding languages, such as PHP, Java Ruby or Perl.
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.
Basic SSO: How to train a Basic SSO app
If you'd like to add a basic SSO application which isn't listed in the application catalog, or you'd like to add an internal basic SSO application, follow along with the instructions in this video walkthrough.
Ping + AWS Control Tower Demo
Learn how integrating Ping Identity with AWS Control Tower allows you to increase security while enhancing productivity for your AWS admins.