Feature request: External SSO on Landscape cloud

Bug #1898801 reported by Eric Ohtake
This bug affects 4 people
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Landscape Server

Bug Description

Landscape on premises allows integration with external SSO providers and I'm not sure if the same feature is available on Landscape SAAS. We have hundreds of machines we would like to manage with Landscape, but the lack of SSO in the cloud version of Landscape is preventing us from adopting it.

What would make us subscribe tomorrow is the possibility of using Azure Active Directory as our identity provider for Landscape in the cloud.


-OIDC - OpenID Connect
-Single Sign On
-Azure Active Directory

Eric Ohtake (ericohtake)
information type: Proprietary → Public
Eric Ohtake (ericohtake)
description: updated
Daniel Manrique (roadmr)
Changed in landscape:
status: New → Triaged
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
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BloodyIron (bloodyiron) wrote :

I have to say this really should be moved up from a Wishlist priority. As a hosted service, SSO is a requirement for modern IT security, and is a reasonable expectation of SaaS clients. Having to manage yet-another-account-system just to manage your own Ubuntu systems, is really unnecessary administrative overhead, _especially when the on-prem alternative already has SSO capabilities_.

Again, it is a commonplace expectation that when signing up to use a SaaS/Hosted service, in this day and age, that external auth (SSO/otherwise) is an available option, and I find it really disappointing to learn this feature is completely absent, from a bug report.

I'm literally in the process of evaluating Landscape to manage our Ubuntu fleet going forward, and this for sure is something we need. I'm also the one responsible for IT Security at my org, our current security framework mandates this.

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Antoine Boegli (aboegli) wrote :

Is there any chance that this will be implemented ?

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