New: ParkMyCloud Supports OneLogin for Single Sign-On - ParkMyCloud

New: ParkMyCloud Supports OneLogin for Single Sign-On

Onelogin for single sign-onAs of today, you can now connect ParkMyCloud to OneLogin for Single Sign-On. ParkMyCloud is now integrated with OneLogin’s App Catalog marketplace to simplify Single Sign-On configuration using SAML 2.0.

Using OneLogin for Single Sign-On (SSO) simplifies processes for users by reducing the number of passwords they need to track. It also simplifies the burden for administrators, by allowing them to control user access in one place (for example, through OneLogin) so they don’t have to manage access separately for each user for all applications.

Through OneLogin, ParkMyCloud supports just-in-time provisioning of new users, which means that as soon as a user is authenticated in OneLogin, he or she is automatically created in ParkMyCloud. All the administrator needs to do is email users the organization’s unique ParkMyCloud login link, which can be found in the ParkMyCloud management console.

Once you have a ParkMyCloud account that you would like to integrate with OneLogin, go to the App Catalog and search for “ParkMyCloud”. Once on the ParkMyCloud page, configure the SSO options and accessibility to users, then connect the metadata to ParkMyCloud. That’s it! Now  you can invite your OneLogin users to ParkMyCloud using your unique link, and they will be able to log in to ParkMyCloud in one step with their OneLogin info.

For more information about configuring OneLogin SSO for your ParkMyCloud account please refer to this article.

By the way, ParkMyCloud also supports SSO via Ping, Okta, Google Apps, and Azure Active Directory – see more about our support for these providers.

 


About Jay Chapel

Jay Chapel is the CEO and co-founder of ParkMyCloud. After spending several years in the cloud management space, Jay saw that there was no simple solution to the problem of wasted cloud spend - which led him and co-founder Dale Wickizer to start ParkMyCloud in 2015. Before that, he spent 10+ years with Micromuse and IBM Tivoli, a provider of business infrastructure management software. After an acquisition by IBM, he led the successful sales integration and subsequent growth of the IBM Tivoli/Netcool business in Europe. He also held several regional and worldwide sales roles in Switzerland, the UK and the US. Jay earned both a BA in Finance and an MBA from West Virginia. Those few hours a month that Jay’s not busy with ParkMyCloud’s growth and success, you can find him on the ski slopes, on the soccer field, or on the golf course often accompanied by his three kids.

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