Single sign-on for Data Center

A single set of credentials means fewer password resets, a more seamless user experience, and better security

Effortless authentication

Put SAML and OpenID Connect to work for your organization

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How SSO works in Data Center

With support for two of the leading authentication standards — SAML and OpenID Connect — you have the flexibility to choose the one that works best for your organization. And if needed, you can add more than one identity provider in your SAML or OpenID Connect configuration to support users authenticating to the same instance from different IdPs.

You can use this built-in feature in your Jira Software, Jira Service Management, Confluence, or Bitbucket Data Center products.

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A seamless user experience

The built-in single sign-on feature in Data Center products allows your users to authenticate to Atlassian products through the identity provider of your choice. Relying on a single set of credentials means fewer password resets, a more seamless user experience, and ultimately, better security.

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Better security and compliance

Simplifying the sign-on experience for your users not only provides a better experience, but also ensures a greater level of security by limiting the opportunities for compromised credentials. Additionally, SSO allows you to meet security and compliance requirements set by your enterprise organization.

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Learn more about SSO

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OpenID Connect for Data Center

Learn more about how Data Center products offer support for the leading SSO standards.

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Support for multiple identity providers

Learn about the flexibility to connect to multiple identity providers in Data Center.

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SAML SSO in Data Center

Check out our documentation for a deep dive on SAML SSO in Data Center.