JFrog Platform Administration Documentation


Subscription Information

This feature is supported on the Cloud (SaaS) platform with an Enterprise X or Enterprise+ license, and on the Self-Hosted platform with a Pro, Pro X, Enterprise X , or Enterprise+ license.

SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is an XML standard that allows you to exchange user authentication information between web domains.

The JFrog Platform offers a SAML-based Single Sign-On service allowing federated JFrog partners (identity providers) full control over the authentication process.

Using SAML, the JFrog Platform acts as a service provider which receives users' authentication information from external identity providers. In this case, JFrog is no longer responsible for the authentication of the user although it still has to redirect the login request to the identity provider and verify the integrity of the identity provider’s response.

Security Best Practice

When enabling SAML SSO, it is recommended to disable internal users.

WebUI Changes implemented in Artifactory 7.38.x and above

Security is now called Authentication Providers. All the relevant text and images on this page have been updated to reflect this change.