Single sign-on for Confluence Data Center
We provide the functionality for Confluence Data Center to connect to your preferred identity provider (IdP) so that you can provide your users with a single sign-on (SSO) experience.
This only handles authentication. Application access and any required authorizations, such as ensuring that users belong to the appropriate groups/roles and have the necessary permissions, should be configured in the user directory and/or the application itself.
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The way you configure SSO depends on the protocol your IdP uses:
- For SAML based identity providers, see SAML single sign-on for Atlassian Data Center applications
- For OpenID based identity providers, see OpenID Connect for Atlassian Data Center applications
- For Atlassian Crowd, see Crowd SSO 2.0
- If you need to configure multiple different IdPs see Using multiple identity providers
Looking for a cross-domain SSO solution?
Atlassian Crowd 3.4, with its Crowd SSO 2.0 feature, offers one solution for Server, Data Center, and Cloud applications and setting it up takes only minutes.
Are you are ready for the change? See Crowd SSO 2.0
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