Automatically Provision newly created or updated Users in your Identity Provider into WordPress in Real Time
SCIM enables automating the user lifecycle management process by creating, updating, removing user data in connected applications
Automatic User Deprovisioning feature enables deactivation /deletion of user accounts on your WordPress site when user is deleted / unassigned / removed from your IdP
Map and update WordPress user attributes automatically from your IDP
Map User’s Xprofile fields with attributes sent by IDP
SCIM - The System for Cross-domain Identity Management, involves the process of creating, updating, and deleting user accounts in multiple applications and systems. It is an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution that includes management and maintenance of an end user’s identity and user attributes in relation to accessing resources available in one or more systems.
SCIM enables automating the process of provisioning / de-provisioning of user identities, it involves the process of creating, updating, and deleting user accounts in multiple applications and systems. It is an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution that includes management and maintenance of an end user’s identity and user attributes in relation to accessing resources available in one or more systems.
SCIM is a REST and JSON-based protocol that defines a client and server role. A client is usually an Identity provider (IDP), which contains user identities. A Service Provider (SP) is usually a SaaS app, like your WordPress site, that needs a subset of information from those identities. When changes to identities are made in the IdP (Identity Provider), including create, update, and delete, they are automatically synced to the SP according to the SCIM protocol.
SCIM allows to communicate user’s data across different apps, this enables IT departments to automate the provisioning / de-provisioning process while also having a single system to manage permissions and groups. It mitigates the risks associated with employees using the same password across different tools and apps.it simplifies the user experience by automating the user identity lifecycle management process.
SCIM Automates the provisioning and deprovisioning process while reducing the risk of error
User data is stored in a consistent way and can be communicated as such across different apps
Increased security and reduced costs by eliminating the possibility of idle user accounts and unauthorized information access
End-users have seamless access to applications for which they’re assigned, with up-to-date profiles and permissions.
Benefits to an organization include easy onboarding/offboarding employees and streamlining user Lifecycle management across applications.
Create users automatically in WordPress using First Name, Last Name, Email, Username and other attributes passed by IDP (Identity Provider)
All Attributes except Email and Username are updated in WordPress site when a user is updated in the IDP (Identity Provider)
Users deleted from the IDP (Identity Provider) also get deleted from the User list in your WordPress site.
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To provision users from your IDP to your WordPress site, you will need to install the miniOrange SCIM User Provisioning plugin:
Step 1: Select your IDP
Step 2: Configure your IdP
Step 3: Perform SCIM Operations
Download the miniOrange SSO plugin for integrating Single Sign-On with SCIM User Provisioning. You can choose the plugin based on your SSO protocol preference- SAML/OAuth/OpenID Connect.
Recommended for SAML Single Sign On
Recommended for OAuth / OpenID Connect Single Sign On
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