OwnCloud is an open-source file hosting application that provides services for business and personal use. It is a flexible tool which manages file and data synchronization. It helps users to store files, folders, contacts, photo galleries, calendars and more on a server of your choice. It is a self-hosted file sync and share server that is all under your control. Content can be shared by defining granular read/write permissions between users and groups. To use the application effectively you can be logged in into Owncloud using SSO. Single sign-on helps employees save time, prevents lost or forgotten passwords, and reduces the risk of password theft.
To achieving Single Sign-On between Identity Provider(Drupal) and Service Provider (Owncloud) both need to supports SAML. Owncloud supports SAML connection but it is supported in the Owncloud enterprise version. Single Sign-On users can log in to IdP based sites and gain access to Owncloud services. Identity Provider can manage the identity details of users and give the authorization to use the resources of the service provider.
The SAML IDP plugin makes SAML connection between Drupal and Owncloud. miniOrange SAML IDP Plugin is an authentication component that serves identity details to the service provider for on-premise, cloud, and mobile. SAML single sign-on (SSO) compliance makes it possible for users to authenticate through identity provider when they login to Owncloud applications. SAML SSO module acts as an Identity Provider which can be configured to build the trust between the module and Owncloud Service Provider. SAML exchanges security and identity-related information such as authorization and authentication. The user can easily log in to Owncloud using their Drupal credentials.
|Service Provider Name||Owncloud(You can enter any name)|
|SP Entity ID or Issuer||Owncloud Entity ID|
|ACS URL||Owncloud ACS URL|
|Single Logout URL||Single Logout URL of the Owncloud.|
|X.509 Certificate (optional)[For Signed Request]||Paste X.509 Certificate from STEP 1 for Signed Request.|
|NameID Format||Select NameID format for Owncloud|
|Assertion Signed||Owncloud signed Assertion.|
Here is an example of setting up Owncloud as a Service Provider.
|Sign-in page URL||SAML Login URL from the IDP METADATA Tab.|
|Sign-out page URL||SAML Logout URL from the IDP METADATA Tab.|
|Verification Certificate||Upload the certificate from the IDP METADATA Tab|
If you don't find what you are looking for, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at +1 978 658 9387 to find an answer to your question about Owncloud Single sign on (SSO)..