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Tag: Shibboleth

How to Implement a General Solution for Federated API/CLI Access Using SAML 2.0

Important note from July 18, 2019: The original version of this blog uses Python2.x scripts. We now have Python3.x scripts that you can download here: Form-based authentication version of the Python3.x script AD FS 3.0-specific version of the Python3.x script Note from May 24, 2019: The features and services described in this post have changed since […]

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New Whitepaper—Single Sign-On: Integrating AWS, OpenLDAP, and Shibboleth

October 15, 2021:We updated a link in this blog post. The newly released whitepaper, Single Sign-On: Integrating AWS, OpenLDAP, and Shibboleth, will help you integrate your existing LDAP-based user directory with AWS. When you integrate your existing directory with AWS, your users can access AWS by using their existing credentials. This means that your users […]

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How to Use Shibboleth for Single Sign-On to the AWS Management Console

Update from January 17, 2018: The techniques demonstrated in this blog post relate to traditional SAML federation for AWS. These techniques are still valid and useful. However, AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) provides analogous capabilities by way of a managed service. If you are just getting started with federating access to your AWS accounts, we recommend […]

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Enable Single Sign-On to the AWS Management Console via Shibboleth

<Repost from AWS Blog, here in its entirety> One of the most powerful features of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is its ability to issue temporary security credentials and grant controlled access to people in a network without having to define individual identities for each user (i.e., identity federation). This enables customers to extend their existing authentication […]

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