Application Single Sign-On

Check out our ever-growing list of pre-configured SAML SSO applications to ensure your users have access to everything they need.

Learn about connecting applications

Centralized User Application Access

Provide a centralized launch point for users into an expansive collection of the most popular apps, authenticating with SAML 2.0 Single Sign-on and LDAP, or simply pointing users to a company intranet or reference sites.

App Identity Management

Create and manage user accounts in applications directly from JumpCloud with SAML JIT and SCIM, plus pass groups, roles, and permissions to those apps.

Advanced Access Controls

Layer multi-factor authentication (MFA) onto SSO access for both SP- and IdP-initiated authentication. Pass user groups, roles, and permissions on users to centralize access controls within JumpCloud.

Helpful Resources

Knowledge Base Articles

Getting Started: Applications (SAML SSO) articles including topics on setting up SAML-based SSO, managing employee access, and end user experience

JumpCloud University Course

An interactive, hands-on course on configuring SSO. Learn how to increase security for your organization including access to applications from the user portal and SSO provisioning

Video Tutorial

Configure new applications using our generic SAML connector.

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Request a New App

Not seeing what you’re looking for? Our pre-configured app selection is always growing. We are adding new connections to provide you with the highest value SSO possible. We are constantly prioritizing the most desired applications, so help us make our product better.

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JumpCloud is obviously committed and experienced with SAML, and that convinced us as much as anything else. The trial was simple, the SAML integration is far more extensive than we need at the moment, and everything worked the first time. It quickly became a no-brainer for us.

Ian Wharton, WAN specialist, Principle Networks