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Integrating Third-Party SAML Solution Providers with AWS

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 AWS Integration in Auth0 – This page on the Auth0 documentation website describes how to set up single sign-on (SSO) with the AWS Management Console and includes a JavaScript example.
Bitium Configuring SAML for Amazon Web Services (AWS) – This article on the Bitium support site explains how to use Bitium to set up AWS with SAML SSO.
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.
CertiVox Setting up M-Pin SSO as an Identity Provider within AWS – This page on the CertiVox website explains how to configure an AWS service provider for SSO authentication through your M-Pin SSO system.
Clearlogin Amazon Web Services Setup – This article in the Clearlogin Help Center explains how to set up SSO functionality between Clearlogin and AWS.
ForgeRock The ForgeRock Identity Platform integrates with AWS.
Google G Suite Amazon Web Services cloud application – This article on the Google G Suite Administrator Help site describes how to configure G Suite as a SAML 2.0 IdP with AWS as the service provider.
Identacor Configuring SSO (SAML) for AWS – This article on the Identacor website describes how to set up and enable SSO 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)

Enabling Federation to AWS Using Windows Active Directory, AD FS, and SAML 2.0 – This post on the AWS Security Blog shows how to set up AD FS on an EC2 instance and enable SAML federation with AWS.

PowerShell Automation to Give AWS Console Access – This post on Sivaprasad Padisetty's blog describes how to use Windows PowerShell to automate the process of setting up Active Directory and AD FS as well as enabling SAML federation with AWS.

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.
OneLogin From the OneLogin Knowledgebase, search for SAML AWS for a list of articles that explain how to set up AWS SSO functionality between OneLogin and AWS for a single-role and multi-role scenarios.
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.

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 RSA Link is on online community that facilitates information sharing and discussion. 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.

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