Using SSO to Access Sisense
  • 28 Sep 2022
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Single Sign-On (SSO) enables a user to sign in once with a user ID and password to a group of related systems, avoiding multi-login requirements from end-users.

Single Sign-On (SSO) enables you to use your in-house technology or an Identity Provider. An Identity Provider issues a secure token to identify yourself when signing in to Sisense.

Single Sign-On options

To integrate between the Identity Provider Site (with SSO capability) and Sisense, use one of the following protocols:

Selecting an identity protocol

Select an identity protocol from the table and follow the link.

Identity protocol

Integration via: 

Requires a supported Identity Provider

Supportability approach

Link to section

JWT

Coding/Configuration

No

Via code analysis and logs

SSO using JWT

SAML

Configuration

Yes

Via logs only

SSO using SAML

OIDC

Configuration

Yes

Via logs only

SSO using OIDC




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