Authenticate your users via any external database or API. This is also relevant to your case. Suppose you want to keep your users in WordPress only and do not want to move them. But since WordPress is not an IDP. You can use miniOrange as a broker to authenticate via WordPress database and miniOrange will do session management.
Protocol Brokering helps you to Single Sign-On(SSO) into any application via IDP supporting any protocol SAML, OAuth, OpenId,etc. It allows all your SSO, MFA, User Management requirements with cross protocol support between your apps.
miniOrange provides connectors for many platforms/cms which do not support single sign-on to enable SSO in them like WordPress, Atlassian, Joomla, Drupal, etc.
|Ease of Use & Support
|Quick & Easy Installation
|Support for Customization of solution as per requirements
|Active Support for every query with quick response
|End to End Configuration
|Local Language Support
|No User Migration Needed
|Availability of solution to both Cloud & On-Premise, Also connectors for many platforms/CMS like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla etc.
(Support for Both On-Prem and Cloud IdP)
|All Standard Protocols Support
|Integration with third-party Identity Providers
|User Directory Integration
|Supports JWT Integration
|Password Vaulting/Secure Web Authentication
|Social Login Integration
|Windows Single Sign-On
|External Database Integration
|User/Group Provisioning with support On-Demand and scheduled sync on daily basis.
|User Re-Certification Workflow
|Service Provider and Identity Provider-initiated login
|Multiple SP Support
|Support for 15+ authentication methods
|Popular Authentication methods support
|Integrations with the hardware token
|Backup Methods - Soft Token, OTP Over Email, Security Questions
|2FA integrations with VPN Clients
|Windows credential provider
|Third Party MFA Providers
|User self-enrollment & self-management
|Enforce access based on user’s device, location and time
|Limit which devices can access apps — corporate vs. personally owned
|Control which devices can access apps
|Notifications to users and admins via email and SMS
|Login Security & monitoring
|Brute Force & DOS Protection