Hosted jira/confluence with oauth proxy

Hi, 

I am looking into using jira/confluence/bitbucket authentication for external applications. Something similar to:

For Github: 

https://developer.github.com/v3/oauth/

or explained with diagrams here: 

http://developers.canal-plus.com/blog/install-nginx-reverse-proxy-with-github-oauth2/

 

Unrofortunately, digging into Atlassian documentation, the only example for using reverse proxy is if i host jira/confluence in my internal network. 

Example: 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/kb/proxying-atlassian-server-applications-with-apache-http-server-806032611.html

So, is there a way to use jira/confluence/bitbucket authentication without hosting the applications? All i want to have is 1 source of truth for user authentication, and if the users are authenticated to allow them access to my non-attlassian applications.

 

Thanks,

Hristo 

 

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Hi Hristo,

Seems like you would like to implement SSO on your environment - logging into one application will authenticate the user into all the application. If yes, please take a look at Single Sign-on Integration with the Atlassian stack.

I hope that this helps. Cheers!

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