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We would like to be able to provision users in Jira/Confluence via our SSO provider (OneLogin) which is connected to our AD environment. Is there a way to automate the provision of Jira/Confluence cloud users in some way?
Hey @Ryan A - just wanted to follow-up on this. You can use Atlassian Access to connect OneLogin to your Atlassian cloud products.
From what I've seen the SAML integration only provides authentication with an external directory.
I don't think provisioning is there yet.
OneLogin should have an option to provision a user via API. This is not exactly provisioning via SAML SSO (I think in Okta terms it would be JIT).
Okta has this option for provisioning, however I had an issue with Atlassian requirement to confirm a new user by an admin or by an end user.
The question for Atlassian, is there a way to disable the confirmation by end-user or an admin?
Which brakes the automated process.