If you are looking for a way to automate your Jenkins server and take advantage of single sign-on (SSO), then you have come to the right place. In this blog post, we will show you how to use SSO login to automation and Jenkins.

First, let’s take a look at what SSO login is and how it can benefit you. SSO login is a way for you to login to multiple systems with one set of credentials. This can be extremely beneficial if you have multiple systems that you need to login to on a daily basis. Instead of having to remember multiple username and password combinations, you can just remember one.

In addition to simplifying your life, SSO login can also help to improve security. If you have multiple systems with different login credentials, then it is possible for someone to gain access to one system and then use that information to gain access to others. However, if you are using SSO login, then the attacker would only have access to the one account and would not be able to use that information to login to other systems.

Now that we have a better understanding of what SSO login is and how it can be beneficial, let’s take a look at how to use it with Jenkins.

The first thing that you need to do is install the Jenkins SSO Plugin. This plugin will add a new “SSO Login” button to the Jenkins login page. Once you have installed the plugin, you will need to configure it.

The next step is to configure the Jenkins SSO Plugin. In the “Configure System” page, scroll down to the “SSO Configuration” section. In this section, you will need to enter the following information:

– The URL of the SSO server
– The name of the SSO service
– The SSO service’s certificate

After you have entered the required information, you will need to click the “Save” button.

The last step is to test your SSO login. To do this, you will need to login to the Jenkins server with your SSO credentials. Once you have logged in, you should see your username in the top right corner of the screen.

If you followed the steps above, then you should now be able to use SSO login to automate and Jenkins. This can be a great way to simplify your life and improve security.

Other related questions:

How do I enable SSO in Jenkins?

In the “Configure Global Security” page, select the “Enable Security” checkbox
In the “Security Realm” section, select ” Jenkins’ own user database”
In the “Authorization” section, select the “Project-based Matrix Authorization Strategy” checkbox
In the “Access Control” section, select the “Allow anonymous read access” checkbox

How do I enable SSO login?

There is no specific setting to enable SSO login. However, if you have an SSO provider configured and enabled for your site, users will be able to log in using SSO.

Does Jenkins support SAML?

Yes, Jenkins supports SAML.

How does Okta integrate with Jenkins?

Okta integrates with Jenkins to provide a single sign-on (SSO) experience for users. When users log in to Okta, they are automatically logged in to Jenkins.


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