This article is a basic walkthrough to help you set up your first SAML Single sign-on configuration if you haven't yet configured one on Atlassian Cloud. I'll be using JumpCloud, which is free for up to 10 users, and an identity provider different from the ones you will find at the Atlassian documentation today.
Even though Atlassian has made the SAML SSO configuration process relatively straightforward, there are a few pre-requisites you need to address beforehand:
The following steps were based on the JumpCloud knowledge base documentation that can be found at Single Sign-On (SSO) with Atlassian Cloud. I will be including additional screenshots and details that may help you during your configuration.
You can initiate the SSO authentication from your Idp by accessing the JumpCloud User Console or navigating your Atlassian Cloud site URL.
If you happen to have started your journey to the cloud, check these couple of links that might help you with the Atlassian Acess assessment process.
I'm sure there is much more to share about that here. So, feel free to chime in with your thoughts and additional information!
Ivan LimaCommunity Leader
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