This article gathers all the topic Authentication within Vulcan. You can find it in the platform under the Settings page.

1. Single sign-on (SSO)

Vulcan integrates with Okta and Azure AD for external authentication providers.

To configure SSO in Vulcan, follow these steps:

  1. Generate a metadata .xml file in your SSO provider’s platform

  2. Click “Upload”

  3. Upload the metadata file.

Note - To disable SSO in Vulcan, simply remove the metadata .xml file.

2. API Token

Use an API token to authenticate with our platform by generate it from your Vulcan account:

  1. Click “Generate token” to generate an OAuth 2 token.

  2. Choose an expiation date

  3. Copy and paste the token in the appropriate location on your end.

Note:

  • For security reasons it isn't possible to view the token after navigate from the authentication tab. if necessary, generate a new token.

  • Keep the token secretly, just as for any password.

  • The token's expiration date is 1 year from creation by default.

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