Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution eases and secures the sitecore
authentication flow via login through desired 3rd Party SAML 2.0 or
OAuth/OIDC identity provider credentials and manages the user profiles.
Popular Single Sign-On (SSO) - compliant identity providers such as Azure
Active Directory (Azure AD), Azure B2C, Okta, ADFS, Google Identity
Platform, OneLogin, Office365, Ping Identity, Salesforce Identity,
WordPress, Auth0, Keycloak, Cognito, IdentityServer, and Shibboleth can be
equipped with Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution to perform secure SSO
authentication into your sitecore website.
Sitecore is one of the leading global service providers in managing customer
experience that lets marketers own the experience they deliver to their
customers and prospects. To ensure more security and a better customer
experience, Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution can boost
productivity to the next level.
Why is Sitecore Single Sign On (SSO) essential?
Single Sign-On service is an effective way to improve customer experience
Reduces the customer's efforts to remember and manage multiple
Simplifies and effectively secures sitecore authentication through
encryption and signing.
With Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution, you can integrate multiple
SAML 2.0 & OAuth/OIDC Single Sign-On integration into your sitecore
Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution is also compatible to follow custom
business logic to perform sitecore authentication.
By integrating sitecore with a third-party identity provider, you can
authenticate external users and manage their access based on their
It simplifies the role assignment and access management based on user
authentication via 3rd Party Identity source.
Some popular Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) integrations for federated
authentication widely used around the industries are sitecore Azure SSO,
sitecore Okta SSO, sitecore Salesforce SSO, sitecore IdentityServer SSO,
and sitecore Auth0 SSO. Furthermore, there are many more integrations
possible with the sitecore Single Sign-On, and many more about to be
implemented as the industry thrives.
How does miniOrange Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) help?
The Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution significantly simplifies
and secures the sitecore authentication flow via login through desired 3rd
Party SAML 2.0 or OAuth/OIDC - compliant identity providers such as Azure
Active Directory (Azure AD), Okta, ADFS, Google Identity Platform, OneLogin,
Office365, Ping Identity, Salesforce Identity, WordPress, Auth0, Keycloak,
Cognito, IdentityServer, and Shibboleth.
In contrast, the Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution enables the
sitecore admins to allow users to login via any 3rd party
identity providers into their sitecore applications or websites.
In addition to authentication part, Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution
also manages user provisioning and user profile synchronization. You can
configure SAML 2.0 or OAuth/OIDC integrations for sitecore login and role
assignment and further could manage the page restrictions or customize
Any known or custom SAML 2.0 or OAuth/OIDC compliant identity provider can
be equipped with Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution, to ensure secure
and seamless integration for sitecore authentication or sitecore SSO. With
the Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution, you can easily manage to
assemble popular SSO Integration in your sitecore application, such as
sitecore Azure SSO, sitecore Okta SSO, sitecore Salesforce SSO, sitecore
Identity Server SSO, sitecore Auth0 SSO and many more.
In addition to simplifying sitecore login for your customers, Sitecore
Single Sign-On (SSO) solution also simplifies the Single Sign-On
configuration for these integrations through a user-friendly dashboard, to
configure and manage all the sitecore SSO integrations.
Multiple IDPs Supported
Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution allows you to integrate and
manage multiple sitecore SSO integration to your sitecore website.
Multiple IDP integrations simplifies and manages the sitecore
authentication via sitecore SSO through multiple 3rd party
Easy and seamless access to all resources. Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO)
solution secures sitecore authentication by providing sitecore SSO using
any 3rd Party SAML 2.0 or OAuth/OIDC compliant provider.
Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution is compatible to perform Single
Logout. This enables users to log out from all the applications involved
in the SSO integration on a single click.
User Provisioning & Profile Management
Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) allows you to map user profiles received
during SSO into the sitecore user profile. Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO)
solution also manages user provisioning/creation and profile updation.
Role-Based Access Management
Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) allows you to manage user groups and
roles, based on the information received during the SSO. You can
configure SAML 2.0 or OAuth/OIDC compliant providers for sitecore login
and role assignment.
Use Cases for Sitecore Single Sign-On
Use Case 1: Login into Sitecore using Salesforce Credentials
Let's say you own a sitecore e-commerce application where you sell your
cabinet furniture goods to dealers or retailers. The dealer's data is stored
in Salesforce identity, and you want these dealers to log in to sitecore
using their salesforce credentials, to verify their dealership and buy any
amount of goods.
The Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) solution can simplify this process by
allowing users to perform a Single Sign-On login with their Salesforce
credentials, and verify the users based on their Salesforce user profile.
This solution also streamlines user creation, profile management, and role
assignment. It's worth mentioning that Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO) is
compatible with custom Sitecore authentication methods.
Use Case 2: Multi-Tenant Azure AD SSO Login for Sitecore
Let's say you have a sitecore application serving logistic services for
cargo dealerships across the country with cargo dealers from many cities.
The dealer data is stored in different tenants based on the city but within
the same Active Directory. Now, these users should be able to log in via
their Azure AD credentials, keeping the data distributed in multiple
Now, integrating SSO with multiple Azure AD tenants can be complex when
using Sitecore Identity. However, miniOrange’s Sitecore Single Sign-On (SSO)
solution simplifies the integration, providing compatibility with sitecore's
custom authentication. It efficiently manages user profiles and enables
login via Single Sign-On, role assignments, and domain restrictions within
Use Case 3: SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On Login for Sitecore with Multiple
Suppose an insurance company has contracts with multiple companies and
provides multiple insurance to their employees. The insurance portal is on a
sitecore application where employees from different companies can log in and
review their insurance profiles. Each company has its separate user stores.
These companies prefer to maintain control over their employee’s sensitive
information and only share minimal and necessary data for authentication
with the insurance provider.
Using Sitecore Identity for this purpose presents challenges since it
primarily supports Single Sign-On with Azure AD or OAuth providers and lacks
built-in SAML integrations. However, by leveraging the Sitecore Single
Sign-On (SSO) solution, your Sitecore application can become SAML 2.0
compliant and seamlessly handle the integration with multiple identity
providers (IDPs) for facilitation of Single Sign-On. Our sitecore single
sign-on plugin ensures smooth user creation, profile mapping, and role
assignment within this environment.
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and we'll help you set up SSO with your IDP and for quick guidance (via
email/meeting) on your requirement and our team will help you to select the
best suitable solution/plan as per your requirement.
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