Séafra Single Sign On for Cloud is a policy-based authentication service that provides an easy to embed single sign-on capability for Node.js. This service is provided directly from Séafra Consulting or through one of our Development Partners
The Single Sign On service in ExchangeAware™ supports several identity sources where your users’ credentials are stored:
- SAML Enterprise. A user registry with an exchange of SAML tokens that completes the authentication.
- Cloud Directory. A user registry that is hosted in the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
- Social identity sources. The user registries that are maintained by Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Before an application can embed single sign-on capability, there must be service instances and identity sources.
- To create a service instance and add identity sources, the administrator account must have the roles of manager and developer. For step-by-step instructions, see Creating a single sign-on service.
- To bind an application to a service instance, the developer account must have the role of developer. For step-by-step instructions, see Creating an app.
See additional information for specific deployment situations:
- Optionally, an administrator can customize template pages for service instances.
- SAML Enterprise configuration includes exchange of metadata by administrators. See SAML overview.
- The Single Sign On service provides an identity bridge component for optional use in SAML Enterprise deployments.