This section outlines the user authentication options for Frame customers. The following documentation will discuss how to choose the right authentication option and reviews the benefits, applicability, and requirements for each option.
The term “authentication” refers to how the system verifies the identity of a user. By requiring that only known users are allowed to use the system, a Frame customer can ensure that their applications and infrastructure are only used by the appropriate people and that the individual identities of those users are associated with their usage of the system.
If you are attempting to set up an Identity Provider (IdP) integration, you must first navigate to the Customer entity level and unlock the Enforce settings slider.
📄️ General SAML2 Integration Setup
The administrative workflow for setting up a SAML2 identity provider (IdP) consists of the following steps:
Okta provides a flexible yet simple Identity Provider solution that integrates easily with the Frame platform. Following the steps below, you simply need to locate, copy, and paste certain values between platforms. This process should take less than fifteen minutes. Refer to Okta documentation for additional information on how to configure Okta.
📄️ Google Workspace
Frame supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with Google authentication through both OAuth2 and SAML2 integration options. The OAuth2 option is the easiest to setup and can be done in under a minute. The SAML2 option is also relatively quick and easy, but does require a few more steps.
📄️ Azure AD
Integrating Azure AD Single Sign On (SSO) is a quick and easy process. Before we get started, take note of four pieces of data that you'll be using to setup a proper SAML2 integration.
Integrating Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) is straightforward.
Integrating Duo Single Single-On (SSO) is a quick and easy process. Continue reading to learn how to configure your Duo Single Sign-On users with Frame.