Single sign-on is an authentication feature that allows you to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials. Once you log in, you don’t need to login repeatedly for every application linked to a particular application. LambdaTest supports Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) that allows you to create a team account and authenticate to the LambdaTest dashboard with Identity Provider (IdP).
Here are the following benefits of authenticating a Single sign-on to the LambdaTest dashboard.
Security Enhancements: Your team members can access the LambdaTest dashboard directly without creating a password. Also, you can leverage several authentication decisions provided by an identity provider(IdP) like security protocols, multi-factor authentication, etc.
Easy to manage: SSO consolidates passwords and user data, making it easier to access different platforms and resources. New team members can leverage Just-in-Time account provisioning to leverage login to the LambdaTest dashboard instantly. Also, with Just-in-Time (JIT), you can revoke LambdaTest dashboard access from one central place.
LambdaTest provides the support for the below Single sign-on features.
Configure SSO: You can configure SSO through multiple options. You can set up LambdaTest accounts to enable SSO for all team members or enable sign-in using SSO or by email and password.
Just-in-Time Provisioning: Just-in-Time provisioning automates user account creation when the user first tries to perform SSO and the user doesn’t have an existing LambdaTest account.
Identity provider(IdP-initiated) SSO: You can directly authenticate with identify service provider like Okta, OneLogin, Azure AD. You need to ensure that the identity provider supports the Service Provider(SP-initiated) SSO.
That’s all you need to know about Single sign-on(SSO) authentication feature.In case you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us via the 24/7 chat support or email us over [email protected].