Don’t you hate remembering all of your passwords? With OpsLevel’s Single Sign-On integration all of your microservice data is seconds away without the need for another long and secure password.
With single sign-on, you get:
- Automatic user provisioning: OpsLevel will create a user for you as long as the employee has access to the OpsLevel application in your identity provider.
- Revoke user access: Removing a user’s access from OpsLevel is as simple as revoking their access in your identity provider.
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Setting up Single Sign-On with SAML
The following metadata URL can be used to help automate the configuration of SAML within your identity provider. Note: You will need your
provider_key, located in your Account Settings under Authentication Method
Required Identity Provider Attributes
- Destination: Sometimes labeled as
Single Sign-On URL. This will be the URL OpsLevel will receive the SAML response to. This value is located in your Account Settings under Authentication Method:
- Audience: Sometimes labeled as
SAML Audience. This field should be configured to:
- Email: The user’s email address. This is expected as an attribute with a
In order to have users auto-provisioned when they first sign in, we require the following optional attributes:
first_name: The given name of the user.
last_name: The family name of the user.
admin user on your OpsLevel account may configure the SAML single sign-on settings by:
- Navigating to the Authentication Method section of the Account Settings page.
Editat the bottom of the card.
- Clicking on the option labeled
Specifying the corporate email domain used by your company under:
Pasting in the X.509 Certificate from the SAML configuration in your identity provider.
Pasting in the Single Sign-on URL from the SAML configuration in your identity provider.
- (Optional) De-selecting
Allow authentication via email / passwordonce your configuration has been verified as operational.
Log in via Single Sign-on
- Navigate to the OpsLevel Sign In Page.
Log in with SSO
- Enter the email address associated with your company.
Log in with SSO
- If prompted, sign into your identity provider to complete the authentication request.
If you are having trouble setting up your single sign-on in any way, send us an email at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help debug and diagnose any issues.