Single Sign-On Security / Single Sign-On

StatusDashboard currently supports two distinct Single Sign-On (SSO) implementations:

SAML

There are two SAML implementations for StatusDashboard, one for user access to your dashboard and one for administrative access to the StatusDashboard administration console.  We have validated configurations for most major Identity Providers (IdP) including Active Directory Federation Services, OneLogin, Okta and Ping Identity but we can also work with you on a custom implementation.  We currently support SP initiated SSO as well as IdP initiated SSO.

For SAML configuration specifics, please review our SAML SSO documentation.

Configuration guides are available for configuring StatusDashboard with the following Identity Providers:

Google Login

Utilize the Google OAuth2 login service (e.g. "Login with Google") for administrative access to the StatusDashboard administration console.

For Google configuration specifics, please review our Google SSO documentation.


When configuring Single Sign-On for access to the StatusDashboard administration console (either SAML or Google), it is best to configure your user account for SSO Bypass during testing so that you are not prevented from logging in.


Required Permissions Role: Administrator or User Management