Add Atlassian's JIRA OnDemand for SSO
We are happy to announce that now you can able to connect your On Premise JIRA Server with Azure AD for SAML based single sign-on. Download our FREE plugin from this location https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=56506 and configure it as mentioned in this tutorial https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/active-directory/active-directory-saas-jiramicrosoft-tutorial
If you are using Atlassian JIRA Cloud version then you can use our app gallery “Atlassian Cloud” application and configure your instance. Here is the step by step guide for configuration https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/active-directory/active-directory-saas-atlassian-cloud-tutorial
Senior PM, App Integration, Azure AD
Bruno Vincent commented
For those of you who are interested in integrating Office 365 identities / Azure Active Directory with their self hosted Atlassian products, you might want to take a look at the Office 365 Directory Connector for Crowd (ODCC) by Cleito: https://www.cleito.com/products/odcc/
The ODCC plugin allows you to manage your Atlassian users and groups in a central place which is Office 365 administration portal. With the ODCC plugin, an Office 365 account also becomes an Atlassian stack account and users enter their Office 365 credentials to log into Atlassian applications. Once logged into an application using Crowd (+ODCC) as its user management system, users do not have to authenticate again thanks to Crowd SSO.
You can see it in action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH8R_emN43U
(Disclaimer: I work for the vendor of this plugin)
Justin Couto commented
Any update on this?
Could we please get an update on this?
Is this available?
Bud Pflug commented
I suggest adding these apps to be supported by Azure SSO
Is there a schedule for the integration?
Marc-André Matton commented
Is there an update on this integration?
Sebastien Delcoigne commented
Connecting Atlassian self hosted apps with azure AD is is becoming a recurrent need for a growing number of our customers
Yes, we support many companies with strong development department and developers like Jira, Confluence and so and do not want to switch to SharePoint or so. Bringing SSO for this apps and maybe conditional access with Intune (EMS) will be the greatest news for IT and Security departments around.
Is there an update to this feed?
Is tere any update on it?
Scott Edwards commented
Atlassian cloud offering don't support AD or AAD SSO. There are plenty of posts on the Atlassian forums regarding this also. As stated a lot of company's use there products and being able to offer SSO and integration with the rest of the AAD offering (as stated below- portal, MFA) would be fantastic. Also the onprem SSO support is via LDAP and i have found it to be quite unreliable when we were using it, so having a nice, simple solution built on using a native AAD integration will make implementing and maintaining this very easy.
John K commented
Do you have an expected timeline for the release of JIRA SSO federation with Azure AD credentials? This is one of the very few things keeping me from making the recommendation that we move our entire in-house IT infrastructure into Azure, Active Directory and all.
Please advise ASAP,
Bernie White commented
Any updates? I really need this :(
Heikki Salminen commented
Atlassian products are widely used among software developers. They already have support for a number of SSO vendors. You should work together with them to implement SSO with Azure AD, too!
For Atlassian OnCloud, this also needs to include user provisioning and decommissioning on the target applications.
Greg Van Den Ham commented
Ideal goal - use Azure SSO for these applications to secure them, easily add them to the users portal.office.com apps page, and provide Multifactor Authentication to these applications.
Add Jira by Atlassian for SSO through Azure
Stewart Myles commented
Any updates on the JIRA integration ?