Google side

  1. Sign in into G suite admin portal, navigate to Apps, click "SAML Apps", click "Add a service/App to your domain" or "+" at the bottom right to "enable SSO for a SAML application"
  2. Choose "Setup My Own Custom App" at the bottom
  3. From Option 1 section, copy SSO URL value somewhere for future use
  4. From Option 1 section, copy EntityID value somewhere for future use
  5. From Option 1 section, click "Download" for Signing Certificate, to download the certificate in Base64 form (you will need to copy/paste the certificate into EasySSO SAML configuration screen later)
  6. Click "Next"
  7. Enter application name (e.g. JIRA EasySSO), provide optional description and upload logo
  8. Click "Next"
  9. Enter ACS URL in the form https://<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION HOST>:<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION PORT>/<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION CONTEXT>/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
    e.g if you are running Jira on custom port 2990 and context /jira: https://testjira.mydomain.com:2990/jira/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
    or if you running on the default HTTPS port 443 and no context: https://testjira.mydomain.com/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
  10. Enter the same value into the Entity ID in the form https://<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION HOST>:<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION PORT>/<YOUR ATLASSIAN APPLICATION CONTEXT>/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
    e.g if you are running Jira on custom port 2990 and context /jira: https://testjira.mydomain.com:2990/jira/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
    or if you running on the default HTTPS port 443 and no context: https://testjira.mydomain.com/plugins/servlet/easysso/saml
  11. Leave Signed Response unchecked (you can check it, but it is not necessary)
  12. Leave Name ID as "Basic Information", "Primary Email"
  13. Leave Name ID Format as "UNSPECIFIED"
  14. Click "Next"
  15. Click "Add new mapping", enter "urn:oid:0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.3" in "Enter the application attribute" column, then from the drop-down lists select "Basic Information" and "Primary Email" in the next two columns
  16. Click "Add new mapping", enter "urn:oid:2.5.4.42" in "Enter the application attribute" column, then from the drop-down lists select "Basic Information" and "First Name" in the next two columns
  17. Click "Add new mapping", enter "urn:oid:2.5.4.4" in "Enter the application attribute" column, then from the drop-down lists select "Basic Information" and "Last Name" in the next two columns
  18. Click "Add new mapping", enter "urn:oid:0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.1" in "Enter the application attribute" column, then from the drop-down lists in the next two columns select values that correspond to whatever you use as the user-id in JIRA or Confluence - typically "Basic Information" and "Primary Email"
  19. Click "Finish"
  20. Click "OK"
  21. Using "..." menu next to the application enable it for everyone or select few in your organisation

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Follow the details given on EasySSO with SAML - Configuration

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