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Which programs will I be able to access with SSO Crowd?

I need to know which of these programs I can connect to with crowd:

  • Windows PC
  • Mac
  • Office 365
  • G-Suite
  • Salesforce
  • Jira
  • Confluence
  • Keeper Security
  • 1C
  • Gitlab
  • vCenter
  • Slack
  • Jenkins
  • SAP
  • Pega

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team Mar 05, 2020

Hey Ihor, welcome to the Community!

We have some specific guides for connecting applications to Crowd. The full list of applications we have guides for is here, but out of the applications you explicitly mentioned, these are the ones we have guides for:

  • Jira
  • Confluence

For applications that you host yourself, you can follow our guide for adding custom applications to easily add support to other Java-based applications.

Some of the applications on your list are SaaS applications however, where you would either need to configure OpenID/CrowdID (if the application supports OpenID) or consider if you have another authentication provider available.

As an example, Slack supports only G Suite or SAML-based identity providers. Typically in a Windows environment (as you listed Windows PC at the top of your list), you would expect to see Active Directory and a domain controller handling user accounts. In that environment, it's typical to find Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) used as a SAML provider. With that available, you'd hook Slack up via SAML to ADFS rather than connecting it to Crowd.

I hope that helps clarify things - there's likely another identity provider in your environment that you'll want to consider.


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