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User Provisioning And Sync

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Features of HubSpot SCIM

Automate HubSpot User/ Contact Lifecycle

The user lifecycle refers to the various stages that a user goes through from the time they are created in an organization's system until they are no longer active. Automate onboarding, contact sync, authentication, access management, and offboarding.

Automate HubSpot Contact/ User provisioning

automate the data sync of user accounts and other related information in real-time. This streamlines the process of managing user data across multiple systems and organizations with contact sync and can help reduce the risk of errors or inconsistencies.

Automate HubSpot User/ Contact Deprovisioning

User deprovisioning refers to the process of removing a user's access to an organization's systems and resources when they are no longer active. User deprovisioning can be automated by using a SCIM server to manage the exchange of user information between different systems.

Attribute Mapping

Attribute mapping specifies which attributes, or pieces of information, from one system will be mapped to which attributes in another system. For example, the "username" attribute in one system might be mapped to the "email" attribute in another system.

Use Case For SCIM Application

use case for SCIM in an IDP and HubSpot

One use case for SCIM in an IDP and HubSpot is to automate the process of onboarding new employees at a company. When a new employee is hired, their HR record is created in the company's HR system, which serves as the IDP like Okta, Azure, AWS Cognito, etc. The HR system is integrated with HubSpot using SCIM, which allows it to automatically create a user account for the new employee in HubSpot and assign them the appropriate permissions and access based on their role and responsibilities.

As new employee starts their first day, they can log in to HubSpot using their HR system credentials, and they will have immediate access to the tools and resources that they need to get their job done. This eliminates the need for manual account creation and permission assignment, saving time and reducing the risk of errors.

In addition to onboarding, SCIM can also be used to automate the process of managing user accounts in HubSpot and permissions as employees change roles or leave the company. When an employee's HR record is updated or deleted, the changes are automatically reflected in HubSpot, ensuring that the employee has the right level of access at all times.

Overall, using SCIM in combination with an IDP and HubSpot can greatly simplify the process of managing user identities and permissions, saving time and improving security.

What is SCIM?

SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management) is an open standard that allows for automated provisioning and management of user identities across different applications and services. In the context of HubSpot, SCIM user provisioning would refer to using the SCIM standard to automate the process of creating, updating, and deleting user accounts in HubSpot, potentially as part of a larger identity management system. SCIM user provisioning can help streamline and simplify the process of managing user accounts in HubSpot, and can help ensure that user information is kept up-to-date and accurate across different applications and services.

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Key Features of SCIM

Support for common user attributes and schemas

SCIM defines a set of common user attributes and schemas, such as name, email, and phone number, that can be used to represent user identities across different applications and services. This allows for consistent and interoperable representation of user information.

RESTful API for communication

SCIM uses a RESTful API for communication between applications and services, allowing for easy integration and a consistent interface for managing user identities.

Support for user CRUD operations

SCIM supports the common create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations for managing user identities, allowing applications and services to automate the provisioning and management of user accounts.

Support for filtering and pagination

SCIM allows for the filtering of user data and pagination of results, allowing applications and services to efficiently manage large numbers of user accounts.

Support for extensibility

SCIM allows for the extension of the core user schema to support additional attributes and functionality, allowing it to be adapted to different use cases and requirements.


The SCIM standard is designed to be interoperable so that different systems can easily exchange user information with each other.

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