How do I use Single Sign-on (SSO) with Wasabi?

 

 

Wasabi has certified a number of SSO IdP providers and supported open standards such as SAML2 and OpenID Connect to allow organizations to use Wasabi in their SSO solutions. The details on how to use the specific IdP solution with Wasabi will depend on which SSO IdP and authorization method you are planning to integrate with Wasabi.   Please refer to these knowledge base articles below for additional info.

There is no additional charge to use SSO with Wasabi.  However, you must contact Wasabi Support to enable the legacy SSO (v1) capability for your Wasabi account. For SSO v2, you will need a paid Wasabi account. The legacy v1 SSO feature will be later phased out. 

 

How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using Shibboleth and SAML2?
  • For use with Shibboleth IdP and SAML2, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using SAML2 integration with OKTA?
  • For use with OKTA IdP and SAML2, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using OpenID integration with OKTA?
  • For use with OKTA IdP and OpenID, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using OpenID integration with OneLogin?
  • For use with OneLogin IdP and OpenID, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using SAML2 integration with JumpCloud?
  • For use with JumpCloud IdP and SAML2, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using Azure Active Directory?
  • For use with Azure AD and SAML2, follow the instructions here
How do I use SSO for Wasabi Console access using Google?
  • For use with Google Admin and SAML2, follow the instructions here
 
 
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