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    Confluence SSO Remove barriers for collaboration-Access Confluence without reentering passwords; Support ADFS, Azure AD and GSuite

    Confluence SSO Remove barriers for collaboration-Access Confluence without reentering passwords; Support ADFS, Azure AD and GSuite

    Single Sign On (SSO) with SAML2.0

    Powerful and Flexible Functionalities

    Outstanding Technical Support

    Listed in Azure AD Gallery, integrate Confluence and Azure AD without paying for premium account, view tutorial;

    Enables SAML authentication in Confluence;

    Support Multiple Identity Providers.

    On-the-fly user creation and updates;

    Customisable end user touchpoint;

    Enable SAML-requests signing, encrypted SAML-responses;

    Support Confluence Data Center.

    Rated 4.9 out of 5.0 for customer satisfaction at our Customer Support Portal;

    Free configuration help throughout evaluation, select a time slot for Screen-Share Configuration Sessions here.

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    Confluence SAML SingleSignOn (SSO) plugin delegates authentication to SAML 2.0 IdP. Users already authenticated at the IdP can access Confluence directly. Compatible with most IdPs.

    Resolution GmbH provides you with:

    • Business class support for Microsoft ADFS, Azure AD, GSuite/GoogleApps;
    • Standards based compatiblity with Shibboleth, Onelogin, Ping, Okta, Centrify, Salesforce, Bitium, OpenAM, RSA, WSO2, NetIQ, Keycloak, etc.

    Listed in Azure AD Gallery, SSO Confluence without paying for premium account

    Key Features:

    • Users can be created and updated on-the-fly with data from SAML attributes;
    • Support Multiple Identity Providers (IdPs)
    • Customisable IdP selection, error and logged-out page;
    • Support Confluence Data Center.

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    This SAML Single Sign On Plugin is also available for JIRA, Bitbucket!

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    by Joshua Bayfield on 2017-05-16
    A fantastic add-on - works brilliantly after a little bit of configuration, and doesn't require trawling through pages of documentation to get it set up with your own IDP.
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    by Carl Fridman on 2017-05-15
    Great plugin that work out of the box. Great support and fast response from vendor. Without a doubt the best SAML SSO plugin on the Atlassian market.
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    by Johannes Borrmann on 2017-05-04
    Best SSO plugin I've tested, very feature rich and a very responsive vendor.
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    by Ralph Ewig on 2016-09-14
    I used this to support SSO with Google Apps as a IdP. I haven't quite figured out how to make Confluence create new users for non-existing identities (people recently added to our org), but other than that it works great. Only suggestion for improvement would be to add a how-to on Google Apps IdP setup to the docs to help others who want to do the same thing. Basic steps if you need them: 1) Download XML IdP meta data from Google Apps admin console under "Security" 2) Add new "custom" SAML app in Google Apps admin console 3) Load Idp meta data file into the plugin configure in Confluence SSO 4) Set user id remapping if needed 5) Enable new app in Google Apps for desired user groups It will show up under "More Apps" in the Google Apps menu.
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    by Alan Thompson on 2014-12-22
    We have this for Confluence and Jira, working against our ADFS setup. Configured via the steps described, and it went smoothly except for the expected necessity of adding a few more URL rewrite rules on the redirect the confluence/jira server produces. We front tomcat with IIS, so something to bear in mind if you have a similar setup. It would have been nice if one purchase could cover both services, but even then it's not expensive, and other than that, no complaints.
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    Version 0.15.4 Confluence Server 5.7 - 6.3.1 Released 2017-07-19


    Bug fixes and enhancements, https://wiki.resolution.de/x/lYDzBQ


    New features

    • Added possibility to redirect to the login page if a Request Header is present
    • Encryption/Signing-Certificates can be included in the SP metadata by adding the parameter signing or encryption to the Metadata URL (e.g. https://jira.example.com/plugins/servlet/samlsso/metadata?signing&encryption)

    Bug fixes and enhancements

    • Fixed issues when clicking links in MS Office documents
    • Fixed an issue that the Base URL check failed with a message like "abc.com does not start with abc.com/"
    • Hided SAML Single Sign On Administration Link for non-system-administrators
    • Added appropriate error message when accessing the configuration page without System Administrator-privileges


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate SAML SingleSignOn (SSO) for Confluence via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for SAML SingleSignOn (SSO) for Confluence. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. SAML SingleSignOn (SSO) for Confluence begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.

    To find older SAML SingleSignOn (SSO) for Confluence versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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