Single Sign-On (SSO) Now Available for Enterprise Customers

SSO_transparentIntegrating all your tools with PagerDuty is a great way to gain visibility into your systems. Currently, we have over 75 out-of-the-box integrations and have the ability to integrate with any monitoring tool under the sun using our email, API or Webhook integration. We also integrate with many business tools, such as chat programs, customer support portals and more. Today, we’re excited to add another new category to our integration landscape, Single Sign-On (SSO) providers, for our enterprise customers.

By integrating PagerDuty with your SSO provider you will be able to login to PagerDuty using your existing corporate credentials.  One less password to remember for everyone!  But more importantly for you admins out there, the ability to grant and revoke user access centrally using your existing identity management tool.

What’s So Great About SSO?

Revoke User Access. Using an SSO provider with PagerDuty makes it easy to revoke access from an employee who leaves your company. No more logging into PagerDuty and every other application your employee has access to, instead handle all their access centrally like you wanted.

One-Click Corporate Log In. Can’t remember all of the passwords you use for each of the 468 tools you use?  Or maybe it’s because you just reset them all due to Heartbleed?  (Note: did we mention that PagerDuty was not affected by it?)  No problem.  Let PagerDuty federate with your SSO provider and you’ll have one less password and weeks of time saved in logins (actual time savings may vary).

Add Users to PagerDuty. Using an SSO provider it’s really easy to add users to PagerDuty. Just provide them access to the PagerDuty app via your SSO provider and their accounts will be auto-provisioned when they first login to PagerDuty.  Get them on that on-call schedule lickity-split!

Our Integration Partners

OKTA-1024x767Okta is an enterprise-grade identity-management service that addresses the challenges of a cloud, mobile and interconnected business world. With Okta, IT can manage access across any application, person or device. Some of their customers include Allergan, MGM Resorts, Linkedin, and Clorox and many more

“PagerDuty integrates with all monitoring tools to streamline incident management via one application. With Okta, PagerDuty customers can streamline provisioning and deprovisioning of user accounts for hundreds of applications from a single entry point.” – Chuck Fontana, VP Corporate & Business Development, Okta

Set up Okta with PagerDuty

OneLogin-LogoOneLogin offers real-time identity management with secure, one-click access for employees, customers and partners, though all device types, to all enterprise cloud and on-premise applications. Some of their customers include Pandora, Netflix, AAA, Dropbox and many more.

”By integrating PagerDuty with OneLogin, globally distributed teams can work better together by having single place to access all their critical enterprise applications. All apps are conveniently accessible from OneLogin’s single sign-on portal where they can be launched with one click. No need to remember URLs, usernames or passwords. With OneLogin mobile, a single click is all it takes to access your web apps – in the cloud and behind the firewall.” – Josh Greene, VP Business Development, OneLogin

Set up OneLogin with PagerDuty

Ping_Idenity_250

Ping Identity believes secure professional and personal identities underlie human progress in a connected world.  Their next-gen identity and access management platform gives enterprise customers and employees one-click access to any application from any device. Over 2,000 companies, including half of the Fortune 100, rely on Ping Identity’s award-winning products. Those customers include McDonalds, CBS Interactive, Aramark, OfficeMax and many more.

“The ability to centrally administer credentials to thousands of applications is critical for the enterprise. PagerDuty gives businesses a unified view of their systems and people and we’re excited to partner with them to deliver a single, access point to all their applications via a secure SSO solution that can support any enterprise use case.” – Mike Kane, Director of Business Development, Ping Identity

Set up Ping Identity with PagerDuty

Please note: all PagerDuty accounts give access to all enterprise features during our free 30 day trial. Have any questions about getting set up with SSO or use another provider that isn’t listed? Shoot us an email at support@pagerduty.com.

 

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7 Responses to Single Sign-On (SSO) Now Available for Enterprise Customers

  1. thrillhouse says:

    I would like to see Google Apps added to this.

    • Dave Cliffe says:

      Thanks for the request! We definitely have it on our radar to add first-class Google accounts support (as an OpenID Connect provider) sometime in the future. In the meantime, each of the SAML providers above can integrate with Google accounts, and so you could achieve Google-based login to PagerDuty that way.

  2. Ben Kochie says:

    Why not just support specifying oauth2 so people can use any endpoint they want?

    • Dave Cliffe says:

      Thanks Ben. SAML is the more commonly used federation protocol at this point in time (especially in the enterprise), with OAuth2 certainly gaining ground. It is our hope to support both in the future.

  3. Josh B says:

    Any chance of SAML (Shibboleth)? It would cover basically any .edu customers and (at least at my employer) is a major criteria when looking for contracted vendors.

    • Dave Cliffe says:

      We hope to put up a guide soon at http://www.pagerduty.com/docs that shows how to use Shibboleth OpenSAML with PagerDuty SSO, but at this time, we are not aware of any issues that would prevent this integration. Let us know via support@pagerduty.com if you run into anything!

    • Dave Cliffe says:

      We hope to put up a guide soon that shows how to use Shibboleth OpenSAML with PagerDuty SSO, but at this time, we are not aware of any issues that would prevent this integration. Let us know via support if you run into anything and we’d be happy to work with you!

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