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⭐️ SAML Jackson: Enterprise SSO made simple
🚀 Getting Started with SAML Jackson
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Streamline your web application's authentication with Jackson, an SSO service supporting SAML and OpenID Connect protocols. Beyond enterprise-grade Single Sign-On, it also supports Directory Sync via the SCIM 2.0 protocol for automatic user and group provisioning/de-provisioning.
There are two ways to integrate SAML Jackson into an application. Depending on your use case, you can choose either of them.
- separate service (Next.js application) Admin Portal out of the box for managing SSO and Directory Sync connections.
- NPM library as an embedded library in your application.
SAML/OIDC SSO service
Jackson implements the SAML login flow as an OAuth 2.0 or OpenID Connect flow, abstracting away all the complexities of the SAML protocol. Integrate SAML with just a few lines of code. We also now support OpenID Connect providers.
- SSO/OIDC Tutorial SAML Jackson Enterprise SSO (split into chapters to easily find what you are looking for)
- SAML single sign-on login demo
Here is what deploying SSO looks like with and without BoxyHQ
For full documentation, visit boxyhq.com/docs/jackson/overview
SAML Jackson also supports Directory Sync based on the SCIM 2.0 protocol.
Directory sync helps organizations automate the provisioning and de-provisioning of their users. As a result, it streamlines the user lifecycle management process by saving valuable organizational hours, creating a single truth source of the user identity data, and facilitating them to keep the data secure.
For complete documentation, visit boxyhq.com/docs/directory-sync/overview
Source code visualizer
We support first-class observability on the back of OpenTelemetry, refer here for more details.
SBOM Reports (Software Bill Of Materials)
We support SBOM reports, refer here for more details.
Container Signing and Verification
We support container image verification using cosign, refer here for more details.
To get up and running, we have a docker-compose setup that will spawn all the supported databases. Ensure that the docker daemon is running on your machine and then run:
npm run dev-dbs. In case you need a fresh start, destroy the docker containers using:
npm run dev-dbs-destroy and run:
npm run dev-dbs.
.env.local and populate the values. Have a look at https://boxyhq.com/docs/jackson/deploy/env-variables for the available environment variables.
Run the dev server:
# Install the packages npm install # Start the server npm run dev
End-to-End (E2E) tests
.env.test.local file and populate the values. To execute the tests run:
npm run test:e2e
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- Scoped to a Single Bug. One bug per report.
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