Brightspot CMS User Guide

Single sign-on and SAML

Enterprise publishers often deploy multiple applications, such as finance, personnel, and email, in addition to Brightspot. One way to reduce the burden of remembering usernames and passwords for each application is to use single sign-on (SSO): editors log in to an SSO, and that login gives them access to the applications they need. Brightspot uses Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) as the messaging platform with the SSO server.

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