Java Single Sign-on (SSO) Integration

We will connect your Java application with your existing Identity Provider (IAM) with industry standard SAML 2.0, OAuth, OpenID Connect, Social Authentication and other supported protocols.

Integrations we support

  • Unified login experience with one time login.
  • Out of the box integration with other popular cloud apps.
  • Single Sign On with SAML 2.0, OAuth, OpenID.
  • Java Active Directory, LDAP & Google Apps Integration
  • Multifactor Authentication (2FA)

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    Java Single Sign-On (SSO) Powered by AuthDigital

    AuthDigital provides a secure access to Java application. Your users will be able to login to Java with your IdP credentials. IT admins can easily manage user access activities and grant or revoke SSO access to Java application.

    When a user logs in to one application, with SSO they can login in all other applications automatically, regardless of the technology, platform or domain of the user.

    Java SSO Open Source IdP Integrations


    Shibboleth is the most reliable Open Source Identity providers (IdPs) leader for single sign-on (log-in) system. It allows users to sign in using just one identity to various systems run by federations of different organizations or institutions. Shibboleth is widely used by large federations like universities or public service organizations. The Shibboleth is a middleware initiative of not-for-profit United States computer networking consortium.


    Keycloak is very popular Open source, Java-based SAML IdP. Single Sign On and SAML Identity Management solution from Red Hat. Keycloak provider and Keycloak broker are in the same server in different realms. Keycloak makes it easy to secure applications and services with very little coding.

    Other Open Source Supported IdP's

  • Java SSO Commercial IdP Integrations

    Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS)

    Active directory Federation service is a software component which is developed by Microsoft, it runs on the Windows Server editions. Its purpose is to enable SSO and it helps people to log into multiple application using a single username password. ADFS is the most popular IDP as Windows servers are widely used. Supports SAML & OpenID with Active Directory integration.

    Okta Identity Management

    San Francisco based Publicly-traded Okta, Inc. is an identity management company provides cloud based software/No hardware required that helps companies manage “single sign-on” experience. Supports SAML & OpenID with Active Directory integration.


    OneLogin is cloud-based Unified Access Management platform provides secure SSO portal for access of web apps in the cloud or behind the firewall for password security and multi-factor authentication. Installs in minutes, no additional hardware required. Easy to define the ROI. Supports SAML & OpenID with Active Directory integration.

    Microsost Azure Active Directory

    Azure Active Directory to extend your existing on-premises identities into the cloud or to develop Azure AD integrated. Access and identity management (IDaaS) with No upfront costs and Pay as you go option. Supports SAML & OpenID with Active Directory integration.

    PingFederate & PingOne

    Ping Identity empowers the new agile enterprise of today’s times by providing secure access that enables the right people to access the right things, seamlessly and securely. Build for hybrid IT environments, Ping can be deployed on-premises or, in the cloud, and provides centralized control to of security. Supports SAML & OpenID with Active Directory integration.

    Other Commercial supported IdP's

  • SSO Protocols we Support

    Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)

    SAML stands for security assertion markup language, it is an open standard used for authorisation between service provider and the Identity provider. SAML sample is an XML based markup language for security assertion, it is the most popular standard for SSO applications.


    OAuth is a standard for token based authorisation and authentication on the internet. It allows user information to be accessed by third party applications, without exposing the where users password.

    OpenID Connect (OIDC)

    OpenID Connect is a simple identity layer on top of Oauth 2.0 protocol, It allows applications to verify the identity of an end user based on the authentication performed by the authorisation server, as well as to obtain the basic information about the end user.

    Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)

    LDAP is a client-server protocol for accessing directory services, mostly the X.500 based directory services. Lightweight directory access protocol runs over TCP/IP or other connection oriented transfer services.