Modern Identity Mgmt. For Cloud & On-Premise Apps

Securely & easily implement single-sign-on across all your company applications using MangoApps

Dashboard Widget for SSO to Enterprise Apps

  • With the new enterprise apps widget domain admins can improve the day one experience of their users by making it easy to securely access the company apps right from their dashboard
  • All SSO applications configured to use MangoApps as the SSO provider are automatically listed in this widget. The domain admin has to just add the widget and  apply the changes to all the users dashboard to help reduce login related help desk calls

SSO Integration With Apps Supporting SAML or OAuth

  • MangoApps makes it easy to configure with leading SSO providers out-of-the-box
    • ADFS
    • Bitium
    • Centrify
    • Ilantus
    • Okta
    • OneLogin
    • OneSecure
    • Ping
    • SecureAuth
    • GoogleApps (OAuth)
    • Office 365 (OAuth)
  • Ability to connect MangoApps with any SAML SSO provider by uploading the provider’s federation metadata file
  • Keep MangoApps user profiles upto date with user information in the above SSO providers
  • JIT (Just In Time) provisioning of users can be enabled in MangoApps (on first successful login) with the above SSO providers
  • MangoApps does not store the user passwords when it connects & authenticates the user using the SSO connections

Enterprise Application Catalog of Pre-Integrated Apps

  • MangoApps now provides an application catalog of pre-integrated cloud applications. As a domain admin you can add/enable one or more of the applications from the catalog to user’s dashboard (via the Enterprise Apps widget). Once your users sign into MangoApps they can then connect to any of added applications without having to re-enter credentials.
  • At this time all the pre-integrated applications use SAML 2.0 as the sign-on method. All pre-integrated applications have inline instructions that guide you through the configuration to be done in the enterprise application side.
  • For the pre-integrated apps, MangoApps after a successful authentication will return the profile information based on the setting you have choosen
    • Basic Profile Info – This includes returning user name &  photo of the user
    • Extended Profile Info – This includes returning basic profile info + all user profile fields including custom fields
  • We will continue to add additional pre-integrated apps to this catalog in future releases of MangoApps

Add Your Own App to the Application Catalog

  • If you use an application that is not in the application catalog at this time, MangoApps provides an easy wizard to add your cloud or on-premise application. The sign on methods supported for  your apps include
    • SAML 2.0
    • OAuth 2.0
    • Open ID
  • MangoApps allows domain admins to configure the profile details to be returned for the custom apps also like it allows for the apps in the application catalog. The options are to return either basic profile info or extended profile info.
  • The basic or extended user profile information returned for each of the sign on methods will be as follows:
    • SAML 2.0 – User profile will be returned in the SAML assertion
    • OAuth 2.0 – The enterprise app will need to call a endpoint to get the user profile info
    • Open ID – User profile will be returned in the Open ID response as a JSON Web Token (JWT)


SSO to Cloud, On-Premise, & Mobile Applications

  • Any web (cloud, on-premise) application or mobile application that supports SAML 2.0, OAuth 2.0 or Open ID can be added to the application catalog in MangoApps and use MangoApps as the SSO identity provider to get single sign on access to the application
  • In MangoApps mobile & web apps you have a couple of options to launch your company apps. These options include adding the SSO links as
    • Quick links on user dashboard
    • Short cuts in the primary navigation
    • Using the enterprise apps widget on user’s dashboard