Integrate third-party SAML solution providers with AWS - AWS Identity and Access Management

Integrate third-party SAML solution providers with AWS


We recommend that you require your human users to use temporary credentials when accessing AWS. Have you considered using AWS IAM Identity Center? You can use IAM Identity Center to centrally manage access to multiple AWS accounts and provide users with MFA-protected, single sign-on access to all their assigned accounts from one place. With IAM Identity Center, you can create and manage user identities in IAM Identity Center or easily connect to your existing SAML 2.0 compatible identity provider. For more information, see What is IAM Identity Center? in the AWS IAM Identity Center User Guide.

The following links help you configure third-party SAML 2.0 identity provider (IdP) solutions to work with AWS federation.


AWS Support engineers can assist customers who have business and enterprise support plans with some integration tasks that involve third-party software. For a current list of supported platforms and applications, see What third-party software is supported? in the AWS Support FAQs.

Solution More information
Auth0 Integrate with Amazon Web Services – This page on the Auth0 documentation website has links to resources that describe how to set up single sign-on (SSO) with the AWS Management Console and includes a JavaScript example. You can configure Auth0 to pass session tags. For more information, see Auth0 Announces Partnership with AWS for IAM Session Tags.
Microsoft Entra Tutorial: Microsoft Entra SSO integration with AWS Single-Account Access – This tutorial on the Microsoft website describes how to set up Microsoft Entra (formerly known as Azure AD) as an identity provider (IdP) using SAML federation.
Centrify Configure Centrify and Use SAML for SSO to AWS – This page on the Centrify website explains how to configure Centrify to use SAML for SSO to AWS.
CyberArk Configure CyberArk to provide Amazon Web Services (AWS) access to users logging in through SAML single sign-on (SSO) from the CyberArk User Portal.
ForgeRock The ForgeRock Identity Platform integrates with AWS. You can configure ForgeRock to pass session tags. For more information, see Attribute Based Access Control for Amazon Web Services.
Google Workspace Amazon Web Services cloud application – This article on the Google Workspace Admin Help site describes how to configure Google Workspace as a SAML 2.0 IdP with AWS as the service provider.
IBM You can configure IBM to pass session tags. For more information, see IBM Cloud Identity IDaaS one of first to support AWS session tags.
JumpCloud Granting Access via IAM Roles for Single Sign On (SSO) with Amazon AWS – This article on the JumpCloud website describes how to set up and enable SSO based on IAM roles for AWS.
Matrix42 MyWorkspace Getting Started Guide – This guide describes how to integrate AWS identity services with Matrix42 MyWorkspace.
Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)

Field Notes: Integrating Active Directory Federation Service with AWS IAM Identity Center – This post on the AWS Architecture Blog explains the authentication flow between AD FS and AWS IAM Identity Center (IAM Identity Center). IAM Identity Center supports identity federation with SAML 2.0, allowing integration with AD FS solutions. Users can sign in to the IAM Identity Center portal with their corporate credentials reducing the admin overhead of maintaining separate credentials on IAM Identity Center. You can also configure AD FS to pass session tags. For more information, see Use attribute-based access control with AD FS to simplify IAM permissions management.

miniOrange SSO for AWS – This page on the miniOrange website describes how to establish secure access to AWS for enterprises and full control over access of AWS applications.
Okta Integrating the Amazon Web Services Command Line Interface Using Okta – From this page on the Okta support site you can learn how to configure Okta for use with AWS. You can configure Okta to pass session tags. For more information, see Okta and AWS Partner to Simplify Access Via Session Tags.
Okta AWS Account Federation – This section on the Okta website describes how to set up and enable IAM Identity Center for AWS.
OneLogin From the OneLogin Knowledgebase, search for SAML AWS for a list of articles that explain how to set up IAM Identity Center functionality between OneLogin and AWS for a single-role and multi-role scenarios. You can configure OneLogin to pass session tags. For more information, see OneLogin and Session Tags: Attribute-Based Access Control for AWS Resources.
Ping Identity

PingFederate AWS Connector – View details about the PingFederate AWS Connector, a quick connection template to easily set up a single sign-on (SSO) and provisioning connection. Read documentation and download the latest PingFederate AWS Connector for integrations with AWS. You can configure Ping Identity to pass session tags. For more information, see Announcing Ping Identity Support for Attribute-Based Access Control in AWS.

RadiantLogic Radiant Logic Technology Partners – Radiant Logic's RadiantOne Federated Identity Service integrates with AWS to provide an identity hub for SAML-based SSO.
RSA Amazon Web Services - RSA Ready Implementation Guide provides guidance for integrating AWS and RSA. For more information on SAML configuration, see Amazon Web Services - SAML My Page SSO Configuration - RSA Ready Implementation Guide. How to configure SSO from Salesforce to AWS – This how-to article on the developer site describes how to set up an identity provider (IdP) in Salesforce and configure AWS as a service provider.
SecureAuth AWS - SecureAuth SAML SSO – This article on the SecureAuth website describes how to set up SAML integration with AWS for a SecureAuth appliance.
Shibboleth How to Use Shibboleth for SSO to the AWS Management Console – This entry on the AWS Security Blog provides a step-by-step tutorial on how to set up Shibboleth and configure it as an identity provider for AWS. You can configure Shibboleth to pass session tags.

For more details, see the IAM Partners page on the AWS website.