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Learn how to provision SAML for single sign-on (SSO) access to Sumo Logic.
In this section, we'll introduce the following concepts:
📄️ Set Up SAML for Single Sign-On
Enable Single Sign-On (SSO) for user access to Sumo Logic.
📄️ Integrate Sumo Logic with Bitium
You can integrate Bitium with Sumo Logic’s SAML 2.0 API to allow users to log in to Sumo Logic using their Single Sign-On (SSO) credentials.
📄️ Integrate Sumo Logic with Google Apps (G Suite) IAM
Using SAML, you can use your Google Apps credentials to log into Sumo Logic via SSO.
📄️ Integrate Sumo Logic with Okta
You can integrate Sumo Logic's SAML 2.0 API with Okta to allow users to log into Sumo Logic using their Single Sign-On (SSO) credentials.
📄️ Integrate Sumo Logic with OneLogin
Learn how to configure OneLogin and Sumo Logic to allow Sumo Logic users to sign on to Sumo Logic using OneLogin SSO.
📄️ Integrate Sumo with AWS Single Sign-On
Learn how to configure AWS Single Sign-On for Sumo Logic.
📄️ Integrate Sumo with Azure AD
Enable Single Sign-On (SSO) to Sumo Logic with Azure Active Directory (AD).
📄️ Manage Permissions with ADFS
You can manage Sumo Logic user permissions using ADFS and SAML.
📄️ Set Up ADFS to Authenticate Sumo Logic Users
Learn how to use ADFS to authenticate Sumo Logic users.
📄️ View SAML Debug Information
Learn how to use Debug Mode to troubleshoot SAML issues.