Configuring Single Sign-On

You can configure SSO to enable users belonging to a SAML 2 compliant identity provider to authenticate users against many Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud environments.

Users use the SSO credentials that they use to access network resources of their organization to authenticate once to an EPM Cloud environment, and then seamlessly access other cloud environments configured using the same identity provider.

You may use any SAML 2.0 identity provider, for example, Oracle Identity Federation, Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services 2.0+, Okta, Ping Identity PingFederate, and Shibboleth Identity Provider, to establish SSO.

Oracle Fusion Cloud can be configured with Oracle Identity Federation as the identity provider. Similarly, Oracle NetSuite can be configured to use a SAML2 compliant identity provider. Additionally, you can integrate EPM Cloud with Oracle Identity Cloud Service to provide SSO access to many Oracle cloud environments.

See "Managing Oracle Single Sign-On " in Administering Oracle Cloud Identity Management for information on how users can access multiple Oracle Cloud services using one set of credentials.


The information in this section does not apply to SaaS at Customer (EPM Cloud deployed within a customer cloud).