Instruction on this page is only valid for the Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) and Value Stream Management (VSM) products. If you want to implement a single sign-on (SSO) for SaaS Management Product (SMP), please go here.
This page gives best practices on how to configure your Okta when configuring it for SSO with LeanIX. Thanks to a very helpful customer, we were able to provide you with this guide.
Request an SSO setup
Follow this link to directly request an SSO setup for your workspace(s): https://leanix.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=4415741115666
Please make sure to read the general SSO guide first. The general process is defined there, this page gives configuration details for Okta.
As a first step, we add a new application.
Then we select platform type 'Web' and sign on method 'SAML 2.0'.
We now choose a name for the application (e.g. ''LeanIX) and a logo, download a suitable logo from https://info.leanix.net/hubfs/Logos/Brand%20logo/leanIX_solo.jpg
Under SAML Settings we insert the following:
Sign on URL: https://yourleanixdomain.leanix.net/Shibboleth.sso/SAML2/POST
Audience URI: https://yourleanixdomain.leanix.net/Shibboleth.sso
Name ID Format should be EmailAddress
The Application username depends on our Okta Implementation. If the Okta username matches the LeanIX e-mail we can choose the following configuration.
In the bottom part of the SAML settings, we specify the attributes being insert inside the SAML assertion.
All lines are case sensitive. The first objects are values that already exist on the user object. The role object will be specified on assigning the user groups to the application.
Finalize the setup by specifying the App type as 'internal', then select finish.
Change the profile mappings.
We click '' Cancel' on the following screen.
On the following screen, we'll be able to add a new attribute.
We name the new attribute “role” like the attribute we already insert inside the SAML assertion.
To help the Okta Admin with the assignment, we create a dropdown list of values instead of letting him write the value as text. These values correspond to the LeanIX default roles, but can of course be altered according to our need.
As the last step we would now like to assign the people who would like to use the LeanIX application. Under the 'Assignment' category choose 'Assign to Groups'.
Now we are able to choose the role for a specific Okta or Active Directory Group inside the Assignment.
If required MFA or other policies can be set under the “Sign on Policy” section
Updated 3 months ago