Atlassian Cloud SSO (Single Sign-On) for WSO2 using OAuth Provider
Jira OAuth Single-Sign On(SSO) for Atlassian Cloud allows you to use a single set of login credentials for secure access using miniOrange SSO solution. Single Sign-on (SSO) into your Atlassian Access or Atlassian Jira Cloud Account with any of your existing OAuth Provider credentials for enhanced security using our module.
You can refer the steps to configure Multiple IDPs and Domain Mapping in Atlassian Access from the video or documentation given below
1. Atlassian Access Subscription
Atlassian Access is an additional subscription applied across the Atlassian cloud products like Jira
Software, Jira Service Management, Jira Work Management, Confluence, Bitbucket, etc. So it is needed for
Single Sign-On(SSO) or any Cloud Service which comes under Atlassian Access.
2. Domain Verification:
The first step of Atlassian Access starts with the Domain Verification Process to enforce SAML SSO on the
managed user accounts. This process verifies that you own a valid domain for managing the user accounts
and use the same domain name for the email addresses.
In this document, we will demonstrate the setup in two parts.
Part 1: Configure SAML SSO between Atlassian cloud as SP and miniOrange as IDP
Part 2: Configure SAML SSO between miniOrange as SP and WSO2 as IDP
Part 1 + Part 2 : Testing SSO between Atlassian cloud as SP and WSO2 as IDP using miniOrange Identity Broker.
Select your organization and then select the Security tab. Click on SAML Single
Sign-On from the left sidebar.
You can click on Instructions for different Identity Providers. It provides a help page
for specific IDP and Attribute Names for Attribute Mapping.
Here you will get the SAML Configuration Instructions for different identity providers
as listed. Click on Got it.
Click on Add SAML Configuration.
You will be redirected to the Add SAML Configuration window. Enter IDP Entity
ID, SSO URL and the public certificate.
Click on the Save Configuration button.
You will get these details in the metadata details section after configuring the miniorange
app. Refer this step
Now you will be shown SP Entity ID & SP ACS URL as shown below.
These details will be needed in miniOrange app configuration.
Now set up the Authentication Policies by clicking on the View Authentication Policies.
Click on Add Policy.
Enter the policy name and add the policy.
Now under Single Sign-On, click on Enable Single Sign-On.
Then click on the Members tab besides the settings tab and click on Add
The Single Sign On(SSO) will work only for Added Members.
Enter details and click on Add Members.
The user must be present in both Atlassian and miniOrange.
Step 3. Test Atlassian Cloud - miniOrange
Go to Atlassian Login Page.
Enter email and click on Continue. Then you will be redirected to miniOrange Login Page
After logging into miniOrange, you will be successfully logged into Atlassian Cloud Dashboard
Now, you will be able to Login to your Atlassian Dashboard using miniOrange Credentials.
do not have any IDP, you can always go with miniOrange IDP.
Part 2: Setup miniOrange with WSO2
Step 1. Setup WSO2 as IDP
First, let’s register this Consumer App in WSO2 IS. Download and start WSO2 IS.
Once logged in, go to Main -> Service Provider and click on Add.
Enter the Service Provider Name and Description and click on Register.
Now go to the Service Provider->List and edit the Service Provider you have created.
Scroll down and select Inbound Authentication Configuration and then select OAuth/OpenID Connect Configuration and click on Configure.
You will get Callback URL/Redirect URL from Step 2.
Copy the Callback URL and paste it in the field. Click on Add.
When the app has been added, Client ID and Client Secret are generated for the application. Configure the WordPress OAuth SSO plugin with Client ID, Client Secret, Authentication and Access Token, Get User Info Endpoint of WSO2. Endpoints are provided at the bottom of this guide.
Attribute Mapping: To get attributes from WSO2 you have to add following Claim URIs in your WSO2 application.
Go to Service Provider->Claim Configuration.
Select https://wso2.org/claims/emailaddress from Subject Claim URI dropdown.
Add following URIs in Service Provider Claim Dialect:
You have successfully completed your WSO2 Server side configurations.