Category Archives: SSO

Single sign-on (SSO) is a property of access control of multiple related, yet independent, software systems. With this property, a user logs in with a single ID and password to gain access to any of several related systems.

ArgoCD: Okta integration, and user groups

17 May 2021

 In the previous post ArgoCD: users, access, and RBAC we’ve checked how to manage users and their permissions in ArgoCD, now let’s add an SSO authentification. The idea is that we don’t add user accounts locally in the ArgoCD’s ConfigMap, but instead will use our Okta users databases and Okta will perform their authentication. And… Read More »

What is: SAML – an overview, its structure and requests tracing between a Jenkins and Okta SSO

17 November 2019

 During the SAML SSO configuration for our Jenkins, I faced an issue, when some attributes weren’t passed from Okta to the Jenkins instance. So in this post will try to figure out what is SAML in general, will take a short overview of its architecture and main components, and will make some SAML-requests tracing/sniffing to… Read More »

Okta: G-Suite integration – provisioning and users import and export

25 October 2019

 And going forward with Okta setup for our project. Previous posts: Okta: SSO authentication for Gmail and Slack Jenkins: SAML Authentication with Okta SSO and users groups Jenkins: SAML, Okta, users groups, and Role-Based Security plugin Github: SAML, Okta, and Github Enterprise Cloud – Organization SSO configuration The next task is to integrate our Google… Read More »