You can configure your Sifflet account to allow users to sign in using Single Sign-On (SSO) in order to reduce password fatigue and secure accesses.
Sifflet supports SAML2-based SSO for the below Identity Providers (IdPs):
Sifflet supports Service-Provider-Initiated (SP-Initiated) SSO: the sign in process starts on Sifflet login page.
You can leverage Just-in-Time (JiT) user provisioning to have users be automatically provisioned as they sign in for the first time to Sifflet. Permissions of users created through SSO JiT default to the
Viewer role and to the
JiT user provisioning is by default turned on but you can turn it off if you want to make sure that only a specific subset of users can access your Sifflet account.
Updated 3 days ago