Single Sign-On Integration

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How does it work?

Connect your environment to ANY SSO Identity Provider, including Microsoft Azure, Microsoft ADFS, Google Accounts, OpenAM, SalesForce, OneLogin, SimpleSAMLPhp and more...

It has been implemented in hundereds of applications world wide, including Nokia, Canon, Castrol, Pearson, Dentons and numerous more. We have learned from every of these implementations and this is where you directly profit from

 

Why choose for Wizkunde for your Single Sign-On?

I see you thinking, there's a multitude of solutions available which have Single Sign-On available. Some of them might have a wide range of support for features you are missing in our extension right now, but due to our technical knowhow we're not just a vendor selling an extension.

We literally wrote a commonly used PHP library for integration with the SAML2 protocol used at many of the integrations we do, in Magento 2 but also in the Symfony or Zend Framework projects we sometimes do.

Take a look for yourself, this is the library we wrote, which some of our competitors are actually forking. Ain't that cool: Wizkunde SAMLBase

 

Single Sign-On Integrations

 



A Selection Of Identity Providers We Work With

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The newer version of Microsoft Active Directory exposure has simplified the integration for both sides of the connection a lot. Being less strict and easier to setup, an integration with Azure is equal to that of ADFS. It's a new interface built on top of the old Active Directory Federation Services.
Microsoft ADFS
The original integration with ADFS is simply the process of setting the right metadata url's, certificates and attributes on both sides. After that it's a very reliable and consistent integration using the super secure SAML2 protocol.

 

 

Magento OneLogin | OneLogin Magento

 

 

OneLogin has excellent SAML2 support and has a broad spectrum when it comes to mapping the data from your Identity Management to Magento 2. A straight forward but fully functional solution which a multitude of our customers use.

 

Magento ForgeRock Integration

 

Formerly known as OpenAM, this identity provider is very suitable for large enterprises. We've implemented OpenAM and Forgerock for a large Australian client in no time.

 

Magento Auth0 Integration

 

 

A Large selection of our customers use Auth0 for both their production environments and for testing. It allows you to setup connections with both SAML2 aswell as OAuth2 quickly and securely. The integrations which Auth0 offers with external solutions are very broad, making this a fine selection for a lot of our customers.

 

 

Magento Okta Integration

 

Enterprise level identity management in the cloud. We've integrated a market leaders to Okta for a few years now and the integration is straight forward. Being one of the largest companies for Identity Management, they've proven themselves to be a powerful solution.

 

Magento Google SSO

 

 

Google is one of the largest Identity Providers in the world today. Integrating with mainly OAuth2 and used by both business and personal users. Nearly every person in the world has a user account, available to login with these days.

 

Magento Facebook Integration Magento Twitter Integration Magento LinkedIn Integration Magento Google+ Integration

 

Ofcourse we also support Social Media platforms so that your users can login with the credentials at the platforms they love to use the most. Any platform supporting the SAML2 or OAuth2 platform can be integrated with this extension with little effort.

Single Sign-On Flow

SAML 2

Is a version of the SAML standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data between security domains.

SAML 2.0 enables web-based authentication and authorization scenarios including cross-domain single sign-on (SSO), which helps reduce the administrative overhead of distributing multiple authentication tokens to the user.

OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 is the industry-standard protocol for authorization. OAuth 2.0 supersedes the work done on the original OAuth protocol created in 2006.

OAuth 2.0 focuses on client developer simplicity while providing specific authorization flows for web applications, desktop applications, mobile phones, and living room devices. This specification is being developed within the IETF OAuth WG.