You asked for it, and we listened; now Stackify is pleased to introduce single sign-on capabilities. Starting now, if you have a SAML 2.0 compliant identity provider (IdP), you may configure your Stackify account to enable IdP-initiated SSO. Our overview article will walk you through the few simple steps to get started.
For those new to single sign-on, SSO describes the ability for users to authenticate through a trusted provider and to use that high-trust relationship with one or many service providers (like Stackify). This means you can log in to many well-known systems such as SalesForce.com, Microsoft Azure AD, Auth Anvil, PingIdentity, your internal provider, etc., and use that system to automatically log in to Stackify!
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