How to set up Google Single Sign-on in TestMonitor.
Single Sign-on (SSO) is an authentication method that lets users log in using Google as the trusted third party. This allows users to use one set of credentials for multiple programs. SSO can also be used to auto provision new accounts for your employees instead of manually creating or inviting them as users.
TestMonitor's Single Sign-on is based on OAuth 2.0 and integrates with Google Cloud Identity.
Configure Single Sign-on
SSO is activated by an admin user of the TestMonitor environment. Once the SSO feature is activated, its’ activated for all users.
To configure SSO for Google:
- Click on the gear icon on the top to head over to the general settings.
- Under Security in the left menu, select Single Sign-on.
- Toggle the switch to Use Single Sign-on.
- Select Google as your SSO provider. SSO is now activated.
When Single Sign-on is enabled, you can continue with configuring auto-provisioning.