I have a hard time finding a nice, simple step-by-step guide on how to add google authentication to JIRA Server so the users we have on Google Apps for business can sign in to JIRA with their Google sign in data.
Is there anything like that?
Or if not - is there anywhere a simple, clear piece of information how that should be possible to do (I don't know, appfusions third party plugins, crowd server, ...)?
Considering this is rather easy on JIRA cloud, I'd imagine this should be too complicated for server.
Thank you very much in advance.
Thanks Luciano - you are correct - And AppFusions has dozens of happy customers running (and renewing) on these authenticators that were completely re-engineered last summer in support of Google's latest Google+ secure protocol. email firstname.lastname@example.org for evaluation - plug and play (with configs to Google). Just works. p.s. While on the Google topic, Google Drive in Confluence and JIRA (and Google Analytics plugin too) were also completely reworked as well. They also were affected by Google's deprecation of APIs that will be in official affect April 20.
No - this is inaccurate. OpenID has been deprecated by Google and will officially be dead as of April 20 (when no more grandfathering). https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/OpenID2Migration AppFusions re-built their Google OpenID-compatible authenticators from scratch last summer, and dozens of customers run on these authenticators. https://www.appfusions.com/display/GAPPSAUTHJ/Home and there is a Confluence one too (and maybe Stash coming). email@example.com tyo evaluate.
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