Jitterbit Harmony single sign-on (SSO) allows users to log in to Jitterbit Harmony using the credentials of a third-party identity provider.
Jitterbit Harmony SSO can be configured for the Harmony Portal and the web-based applications accessed through it (Cloud Studio, API Manager, Marketplace, Management Console, and Citizen Integrator), as well as for Design Studio versions 8.24 and later. (Using SSO is not possible for the installation of Private Agents. For agent installation, you will need to use the regular Harmony username and password as credentials.)
Jitterbit has verified SSO support with these identity providers:
Azure Active Directory
These topics provide detailed information on configuring and using Jitterbit Harmony SSO:
Configuring SSO in the Management Console This page provides the requirements for SSO and describes how to configure and enable SSO for a Harmony organization, including how to exempt selected members from using SSO.
Configuring SSO Identity Providers This topic provides instructions for configuring a supported OAuth 2.0 or SAML 2.0 identity provider for Jitterbit Harmony SSO. You may be able to configure SSO with other SAML 2.0 identity providers by entering, testing, and confirming the identity provider credentials in the configuration.