This is a guide that will help you setup Single Sign-On on CloudCheckr with your OneLogin account.
These are the steps you need to follow:
- Configuration in OneLogin (The Identity Provider or IdP)
- Send Metadata to CloudCheckr Support (The Service Provider or SP)
Configuration in OneLogin
1. Add the CloudCheckr Application
From your OneLogin landing page, select either the ‘New App’ button or, from the App dropdown select ‘Add Apps’. Both options will being you to the App search page.
2. Once on the search page, type CloudCheckr into the search box
Find the application that is called ‘CloudCheckr Multi’ and click it. This will bring up the portal page. Select the ‘Save option in the top right.
3. Set Configuration Settings
After saving the new application, it will bring you to the configuration page for the app. Select the ‘Configuration’ tab and Enter the following information:
Consumer URL: https://app.cloudcheckr.com/sso/acs
Note: CloudCheckr utilizes multiple environments. Please log in to your CloudCheckr account and check your URL to verify which environment your account is located in. If your url is different to the example above (ex. https://app2.cloudcheckr.com/), please make sure to change it accordingly in your setup.
4. Setup Users
Here you have to set a valid email address for each user that is to logon to CloudCheckr. Simply select the user from the list, and enter the correct email for the CloudCheckr account you have configured.
5. Copy the SSO Settings
Under the tab labeled ‘SSO’ find and copy the following information to a document for later use. First, copy the x.509 certificate. To do this, select the ‘ViewDetails’ option beneath the certificate
Select the ‘Copy to Clipboard’ button to Copy the entire certificate, then paste it in your reference document
Also, copy the Issuer URL and the SAML 2.0 Endpoint.
This information will be used later to configure your SSO in CloudCheckr
5. Save configuration
Select the ‘Save’ button at the top right
Configuration in CloudCheckr
Take the metadata file(s) that you created and send it to CloudCheckr Support by submitting a ticket via the CloudCheckr Service Desk Portal. Support will implement the metadata for you and contact you when SSO is ready to proceed.
See the main SSO Configuration page for more general info getting SSO setup.