Overview of SSO Configuration Tasks

As administrator, you enable SSO so your users can use their company credentials to log in to all applications, including Oracle Cloud applications. This requires you to configure SAML 2.0 between Oracle Cloud and the identity provider.

The following table shows you the steps that you must follow when configuring SSO on the SSO Configuration page from My Services in Oracle Cloud:
Task Description Additional Information

Configure Oracle Cloud as a service provider.

Go to the Users page and then click the SSO Configuration tab to configure Oracle Cloud as the service provider.

Configuring Oracle Cloud as the Service Provider

Configure an identity provider.

After you configure Oracle Cloud as a service provider, you configure your identity provider.

Configuring an Identity Provider

Test Single Sign-On.

Test your SSO configuration before enabling SSO.

Testing Single Sign-On

Identify problems by testing SSO.

Testing SSO can identify a number of problems that you must fix before you can enable SSO.

Problems Identified by Testing SSO

Enable SSO.

You must enable SSO before you can use it.

Enabling SSO

Enable sign in with identity domain credentials.

If you want users (such as identity domain administrators) to log in using their identity domain credentials, you must enable this option,

Enabling Sign In With Identity Domain Credentials

Remove users.

After you enable SSO, ensure that users do not have credentials in Oracle Cloud.

Removing Users

Update SSO metadata.

At some point, after you’ve enabled SSO in production, you might need to update the SSO metadata.

Updating SSO Metadata

Troubleshoot SSO.

If you can’t resolve a configuration problem by testing SSO, then you must troubleshoot the configuration.

Troubleshooting SSO