Integrating Atlassian Server and Data Center into complex SSO environments

Integration with Atlassian software using the SAML 2.0 standard

There has long been a trend for employees not to have a separate account for each application in the enterprise, but to use a single user identity to log in to all enterprise applications.

This has several advantages - from using a strong password (with two-factor authentication if necessary), better audit capabilities and data security compliance, through to a more efficient user experience, improved user engagement and reduce support. In this context, it is necessary to find a way to integrate Atlassian applications with the organization-wide identity management system.

Our partners at resolution Reichert Network Solutions offer a way to achieve this using the SAML 2.0 standard with their single sign-on solutions for Jira, Jira Service Desk, Confluence, Bitbucket, Bamboo and Fisheye.

A while ago, I hosted Christian Reichert, founder and partner of resolution GmbH, in a webinar to learn more about this SAML-SSO solution and see a demonstration of the most important functions. So, how are Atlassian applications integrated into a complex environment with multiple IdPs, diverse domains and inconsistent user names? Learn how in this webinar!

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Do you want to learn more about professional SSO solutions for Jira, Confluence and other Atlassian apps? Are you ready to purchase licenses? Would you like to test specific apps for free - no string attached? Do you need some support with the implementation in your company? //SEIBERT/MEDIA is an experienced Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner and can help you with everything to do with the Atlassian ecosystem: Contact us today!

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Further information

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