In our previous post, we walked you through the end-to-end process of integrating single sign-on (SSO) with Slack using Oracle Identity Cloud. In this post, we will help you create a similar identity integration with Confluence, a popular cloud-based collaboration tool.
Integrating identity-based authorization and authentication with 3rd-party applications can often turn into a mammoth task for organizations. Oracle Identity Cloud is built on an API-first architecture that leverages the power of open standards such as SCIM, OAuth 2.0, SAML 2.0 and OpenID Connect to deliver highly flexible and portable integrations.
The first step is obtaining the Signing Certificate from Identity Provider Metadata. This is followed by logging into Confluence as an administrator and accessing the Organization console to verify your domain and copy the DNS token. Once the domain is verified you can move ahead with the process of setting up a SAML SSO connection. You add and configure Confluence as an application in Oracle Identity Cloud through the App Catalog, then activate the application, and finally add users to complete the identity integration.
Watch this video tutorial from the Oracle Learning Library YouTube channel for a detailed end-to-end walk-through for creating a single sign-on identity integration with Confluence using Oracle Identity Cloud.