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Use Case for SAP Cloud Platform Identity Authentication

Enable single sign-on with principal propagation for SAP Cloud Platform

Streamline sign-on to back-end service

Authentication and authorization are important security steps in the security implementation process in SAP Cloud Platform. By enabling single sign-on, you can verify users across your applications on premise or in the cloud, without having to repeatedly ask them to provide their identity or credentials, for a seamless user experience.

  • User identification across on-premise and cloud applications
  • Single user identity between SAP Cloud Platform and back-end systems
  • Secure user verification and sign-on

Solve the problem with SAP Cloud Platform

What is the challenge?

Almost all applications a business runs will consume some sort of service that may reside on premise or in the cloud, and the identity of each user needs to be verified against the back-end system. 

What is the solution?

Users can be verified against your back-end system using principal propagation. After a user is verified against an identity provider, an SAML assertion token is passed to the cloud connector to generate a short-lived certificate for sign-on.

What is the outcome?

By enabling principal propagation for the destination, a user can access resources seamlessly without needing to provide his or her identity every time.

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SAP Cloud Platform Identity Authentication

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Customers can use the SAP Cloud Platform pricing estimator to calculate the required investment for a particular project. Scale up or down on services as required. Consult your SAP Account Executive regarding your specific licensing needs.

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