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what is the difference between Crowd & "SAML Single Sign On for Jira" plugin?

the orgnaization has "SAML Single Sign On for Jira" and looks for the following:

  • To Integrate with Active directory multi-domain solution.
  • To fetch information for different domain users.
  • Sync user info under Jira for the user having primary and secondary domain accounts.


as per my knowledg Crowd can do so but the concern is the orgnaization already has "SAML Single Sign On for Jira" is there a need to replace it by crowd or it can do so?

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Hello @Aya AlJboor ,

I am Harshit from the miniOrange Business team.
According to your requirements using an IDP is a good option as it provides better security and the option of syncing your users with Jira. Our Jira SAML SSO provides you with all these functionalities. In addition to this, with this solution you will not need to migrate users from your IDP into Crowd. Try out our Jira SAML SSO app from the marketplace.

On the other hand if your IDP is managed by someone else then you can use crowd to get better control over the users. As with crowd you have control over the user permissions.

With our Crowd solutions you can get the best of both worlds as you can connect your crowd to your IDP and also gain control over your user permissions.

If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out to us by raising a support ticket or via email -

Hi @Aya AlJboor, we have a blog post explaining the differences between Atlassian Crowd and our SAML SSO plugin by re:solution - please have a look at it, here:

You could still keep using your integration with AD for user provisioning while using the  SAML SSO plugin. 

Are you already using our SAML Single Sign On plugin by resolution? We can also support you with your plugin configuration if needed. You can reach out to us via

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