Only a Druva Cloud Administrator can set up Single Sign-On.
By enabling Single Sign-On (SSO), administrators can access all Druva services without the need for a separate login. You should implement SSO for your Druva setup for the following reasons:
- Reduced human errors: SSO eliminates the need for remembering multiple passwords, thus reducing to a great extent, the possibility of human errors while accessing Druva resources.
- Reduced administration efforts: With Single Sign-On, Druva users and administrators logging in from their corporate network are rarely prompted for a username or password. With fewer passwords to manage, system administrators receive fewer requests to reset forgotten passwords.
- Central management of user database: Many organizations maintain a database of users. By enabling Single Sign-On for Druva, changes to this database also reflect on the Druva setup. This means that if you delete credentials from this database, users to whom these credentials were previously assigned cannot log in to Druva using the same credentials.
- Reduced login time: Typically, a user needs 5 to 20 seconds to log in to an online application. SSO eliminates the efforts required for a manual login thus increasing productivity.
- Increased security: The password policies enforced across your organization are applicable when you use SSO for Druva. The one-time authentication tokens used to validate SSO attempts translate to added security for users having access to sensitive data.
Refer Configure Single Sign-On for Druva to configure and manage SSO for Druva.