Configuring Multiple Identity Providers for a Domain in Oracle Identity Cloud Service console (for OCI Gen 2 only)

In OCI (Gen 2) environments, you can configure to use multiple identity providers (IdPs) to provide Single Sign-On (SSO) access to users. If multiple IdPs are enabled for an environment, the Sign In page allows Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud users to choose the IdP to perform SSO.

For details on how to configure an IdP and build an IdP policy, see Administering Oracle Identity Cloud Service guide. You can also refer to this Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) setup example - Configuring SSO with OCI EPM Cloud Using Azure AD as the Identity Provider.

To configure SSO with multiple IdPs:

  1. In Oracle Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, click Security, and then Identity Providers to open the Identity Providers screen.
    1. Activate the IdP to reinstate your users to use the IdP. Click the Action menu to the right of each IdP, and select Activate.
      Select Activate
    2. Enable the IdPs for IdP policy configuration. Click the Action menu to the right of activated IdP, and select Show on Login Page.

      Select Show on Login Page

  2. Expand the Navigation Drawer, click Security, and then IDP Policies to open the Identity Providers Policies screen.
    1. Click Add, enter a Policy Name, and then click Finish.
      Add new policy
    2. In the Identity Provider Rules tab, click Add to open the Add Rule screen.
      1. Enter a Rule Name.
      2. Assign the IdPs to this rule. Select the IdPs that you enabled for policy configuration, and click Save.
        Add rule
    3. In the Apps tab, click Assign to open the Assign Apps screen.
    4. Search and select the applications to assign to the rule, and click OK.
      Assign application to rule
    The selected environments are now configured to sign in with assigned IdPs. You can now SSO to these environments using any of the configured IdPs.
    SSO with multiple IdPs