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We have Jira & Greenhopper licensed, with 87 users currently of a 100-user license. We're evaluating Fisheye / Crucible, with a crowd user synchronization between them, currently. We also use Google Apps. Is it possible for crowd to rely on Google Apps user accounts for its authentication, or for creation of crowd users? IOW we would like for Google Apps to the the root authentication / access control, with perhaps Crowd being used to decide whether a user consumes an Atlassian license, or licenses.
I've read the Crowd document "Configuring the Google Apps Connector", but it looks like this would just let me link accounts such that Crowd users can seamlessly access Google Apps functionality. We're thinking about it from the other direction.
Craftware has just created such integration in form of a Crowd Remote Directory (extension to Crowd). Now you can be able to rely on Google Apps in context of:
There will be absolutly no need to manage users on any atlassian product anymore :) - simply manageYour users in Google Apps and map permissions in Atlassian products to groups from Google Apps (or even organisational units from GA).
We are currently under tests of our extension, have some known bugs (most are already addressed).
For more info You can email firstname.lastname@example.org (and we will notify You about official release, You can also help us to test the extension!), or follow our twitter account https://twitter.com/craftwarebiz