AWS Single Sign-On
User Guide

Document History

The following table describes the documentation for this release of AWS Single Sign-On.

  • Latest documentation update: January 16, 2019

Change Description Date

New setting to add two-step verification

Added content on how to enable two-step verification for users.

January 16, 2019

Support for session duration on AWS accounts

Added content on how to set the session duration for an AWS account.

October 30, 2018

New option to use AWS SSO directory

Added content for choosing either AWS SSO directory or connecting to an existing AD directory.

October 17, 2018

Support for relay state and session duration on applications

Added content about relay state and session duration for cloud applications.

October 10, 2018

Additional support for new cloud applications

Added 4me, BambooHR, Bonusly, Citrix ShareFile, ClickTime, Convo, Deputy, Deskpro, Dome9, DruvaInSync, Egnyte, Engagedly, Expensify, Freshdesk, IdeaScale, Igloo, Jitbit, Kudos, LiquidFiles, Lucidchart, PurelyHR, Samanage, ScreenSteps,, SmartSheet, Syncplicity, TalentLMS, Trello, UserVoice, Zoho, OpsGenie, DigiCert, WeekDone, ProdPad, and UserEcho to the application catalog.

August 3, 2018

Support for SSO access to master accounts

Added content about how to delegate SSO access to users in a master account.

July 9, 2018

Support for new cloud applications

Added DocuSign, Keeper Security, and SugarCRM to the application catalog.

March 16, 2018

Get temporary credentials for CLI access

Added information about how to get temporary credentials to run AWS CLI commands.

February 22, 2018

New guide

This is the first release of the AWS SSO User Guide.

December 7, 2017