Oracle Eloqua's single sign-on (SSO) capabilities allow your users to access the Oracle Eloqua platform using their single sign-on user credentials. Implementing single sign-on can help simplify the login process and allow your users to seamlessly access Oracle Eloqua and other enterprise applications.
To get started, choose the right single sign-on implementation:
- If your organization uses Salesforce and has purchased Oracle Eloqua Identity Cloud Service for Salesforce, go to SSO with Salesforce. This implementation allows you to synchronize your Salesforce users with Oracle Eloqua so that they can login using their single sign-on.
- If your organization uses a SAML 2.0 compliant identity provider, go to SSO with a SAML compliant identity provider. Review the requirements to ensure you can use this implementation with your single sign-on provider. If your organization uses Salesforce but has not purchased Oracle Eloqua Identity Cloud Service for Salesforce, you must also use this implementation.