SAS Customer Intelligence 360 now supports federated single sign-on (SSO), which enables users to sign in to the application by using their corporate login credentials.
With federated authentication, you can:
In most cases, SSO is implemented across all SAS resources. This is the preferred experience, so each user has one identity for all interactions with SAS websites and applications.
When SSO is set up, you may have to reconfigure some of your SAS applications. For example, external applications that connect to SAS Customer Intelligence 360 must authenticate users through the REST API. For more information, see External API Users in the SAS Customer Intelligence User’s Guide.
A SAS representative will review these changes as you configure the federation process.
To request SSO for your SAS applications, SAS IT requires information about your organization and how you use your SAS applications.
Prepare to start the SSO process by completing the following steps:
Provide the contact information for this technical lead when you complete the SSO request form.
Note: The preferred integration type is SAML, and the preferred method of federation is to use home-realm discovery (HRD). To ensure end-to-end security, your IDP must use encryption.
After you have all the necessary information, you can complete the SSO request form here:
A representative from SAS will review your form and contact your technical lead to begin the SSO process.
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