Volatia has partnered with Auth0 to provide a seamless and secure user management experience through our Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities. Our SSO infrastructure is designed to enhance user experience, strengthen security, and streamline access to our services and systems.
Volatia's SSO can be integrated with a wide range of applications and systems, enabling our clients to connect their existing tools and services effortlessly. This integration extends to both cloud and on-premises environments.
Secure, reliable, and measurable outcomes in every session
Security is of paramount importance to Volatia. Our SSO implementation with Auth0 offers strong security measures, including multi-factor authentication (MFA), identity verification, and adaptive access controls to protect against unauthorized access and potential security threats.
With Volatia's SSO capabilities, clients and their users can access our systems and services using a single set of credentials, eliminating the need for multiple usernames and passwords. This not only simplifies the login process but also enhances user convenience.
Centralized User Management
Our SSO capabilities provide centralized user management, allowing clients to easily add, remove, or update user access permissions, roles, and privileges through a user-friendly administrative interface.
This is a directory service developed by Microsoft for Windows domain networks. It uses LDAP as its underlying protocol and is used for organizing and providing access to information in a directory. In the context of Auth0, this connection allows you to integrate with your existing AD/LDAP server, enabling users to authenticate using their existing credentials.
ADFS is a service provided by Microsoft as a part of Windows Server that provides users with Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities. It uses a claims-based access-control authorization model to maintain application security and to implement federated identity. Auth0's ADFS connection allows integration with ADFS, enabling users to authenticate with the same credentials they use within the Windows domain.
This is Microsoft's multi-tenant, cloud-based directory and identity management service. It combines core directory services, application access management, and identity protection into a single solution. In Auth0, the Azure AD connection allows users to log in with their organizational accounts hosted in Azure AD.
This is a variant of the Azure AD connection, optimized for applications registered with Azure AD. It's designed for native clients and provides a more streamlined authentication process for applications specifically built for the Azure environment.
Formerly known as G Suite, this is a collection of cloud computing, productivity, and collaboration tools, software, and products developed by Google. The Google Workspace connection in Auth0 allows users to sign in with their Google Workspace accounts, facilitating access to applications and resources.
This is an authentication layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It allows clients to verify the identity of the end-user based on the authentication performed by an Authorization Server. Auth0's OpenID Connect connection enables integration with any identity provider that supports OIDC.
Okta is an identity management service that provides identity solutions for enterprises. The Okta connection in Auth0 allows users to authenticate using their Okta credentials, integrating seamlessly with Okta's identity management capabilities.
This is an enterprise federation server that provides identity management, web single sign-on, and API security on your own premises. The PingFederate connection in Auth0 allows for the integration with a PingFederate server, enabling SSO and identity management using PingFederate.
SAML is an open standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data between parties, in particular, between an identity provider and a service provider. Auth0's SAML connection allows integration with any service provider or identity provider that supports SAML, enabling SSO and other identity solutions based on the SAML protocol.
Identify Connection Type
The first step is for the Client inform Volatia which type of enterprise connection is used by the organization (refer to the supported list of connections noted above). This step is crucial to understand the setup requirements and integration compatibility.
Assign Implemenation Contact
The second step is for the Client to assign an individual who will be Volatia's primary contact throughout the implementation process. This individual simply needs to be responsive and have access to the necessary resources and key stakeholders, ensuring smooth communication and decision-making.
Establish Implementation Timeline
The third step is to establish an implementation timeline. This step involves coordinating schedules and ensuring that the necessary resources are available during the development commitment period. An agreed timeline helps in setting realistic expectations and ensures a seamless integration process.
Exchange Access Rights
The fourth an final step is for each party to provide the other with necessary access, via links or other access points, to authenticate the required frameworks. The type of access needed varies based on the enterprise connection used by the organization.