15min

SSO

Installation

You can setup this integration as a logged in admin user in the integrations page:

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Identity providers

Rootly is compatible with any identity provider supporting SAML 2.0. Cause SSO can be hard to configure for beginners, we below show you how to set it up for OktaGoogle and OneLogin providers.

They also might ask you some more information available below during their process:

ACS URL: https://rootly.com/users/saml/auth Entity ID: https://rootly.com/users/saml/metadata

Okta

Let's go to the Applications panel.

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Search for Rootly.

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Click on Add.

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Select SAML 2.0.

No our app is created let's go back in Applications > Rootly and click View Setup Instructions:

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Finally copy field as shown below into Rootly, this information from Okta is unique to your organization.

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You are all set !

Google

You will need to access the Google Admin Console: https://admin.google.com/ac/home.

Follow screenshot steps as below:

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Copy those fields in Rootly: Make sure to use your own domain names in domain names input.

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And finally let's edit the attributes mapping.

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OneLogin

Browse the Applications Store page and install rootly.

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Copy fields over Rootly like shown below

  • Issuer URL -> Identity Provider ID
  • SAML 2.0 endpoint -> Identity Login Url
  • In the certificate section > View Details > X.509 Certificate -> Idp Cert
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You are all set !

Auth0

Azure

The login url isn't the obvious one their UI is showing. Cf. https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/43669



In the azure portal you can find the correct login URL in



Azure Active Directory > Enterprise Apps > Search your app > Click on the app > Properties page -> User Access URL

Misconfiguration

If you set up SSO incorrectly, you may not be able to sign in anymore. In that case please contact support@rootly.io or use the lower right chat widget for live assistance.

Login Behaviour

If you have SSO enabled, all other login methods such as Google, Slack, Email/Password will automatically redirect users to the SSO method instead.

Support

If you need help or more information about this integration, please contact support@rootly.com or use the lower right chat widget to get connected with an engineer.



Updated 11 May 2022
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