JumpCloud ☁️

Configure JumpCloud SSO

  • This tutorial is based on this article from JumpCloud.
  • Access the JumpCloud Administrator Console at https://console.jumpcloud.com.
  • Click ( + Add New Application ) to configure a new application.
  • Search for Auth0, then click configure.
  • Enter a Display Label in the General Info tab. Komodor is recommended.

Configure SAML

  • Go to the SSO tab
    • choose a TEAMNAME, preferably your company name, and replace it in the following steps
    • Change the IDP URL suffix to komodor
    • Change the IdP Entity ID to https://komodorio.com
    • Change the SP Entity ID to urn:auth0:komodorio:TEAMNAME
    • Change the ACS URL to https://auth.komodor.com/login/callback?connection=TEAMNAME
  • Click activate.
  • Click continue on the confirmation window.
  • Click Download Certificate in the top right of the window.
  • Alternatively, you can copy the Metadata URL and send this info.

Contact Komodor

  • Update your komodor contact with the following information:
    • The TEAMNAME
    • Send the certificate file / metadata URL

Next steps

  • Now you'll need to authorize user access to Komodor.
    • see here for more info.
  • Wait for approval from your komodor contact that the connection is ready to test.

  • The tutorial is now complete. You can now log in to Komodor using your JumpCloud credentials.

Configure SAML Attributes for JumpCloud SSO

  • This tutorial is based on this article from JumpCloud.
  • After configuring your JumpCloud SAML connection to Komodor, you can assign RBAC roles to users based on your account's Komodor roles.

Add Komodor Roles to a user from the JumpCloud Admin Portal:

  • Login to the Admin Portal: https://console.jumpcloud.com/.
  • Go to User Management > Users.
  • Click the green + symbol at the top-left to create a new user, or select an existing user for the User Details Panel. click details on the right-hand column of an existing user.
  • Go to Custom Attributes.
  • Click Add New Custom Attribute.
  • For Attribute Name, enter komodorRoles
  • For Attribute Value, enter a comma-separated list of roleIds.
  • For example: role-id-1,role-id-2
  • No spaces and quotes are allowed.
  • You can find the roleIds in the Komodor UI by going to Settings > Roles.
  • Click Save.


  • You can also assign roles to groups.
  • Go to User Management > User Groups.
  • Choose a group -> Details -> Custom Attributes -> Add New Custom Attribute.
  • For Attribute Name, enter komodorRoles
  • For Attribute Value, do the same as for users
  • Click Save.
  • Now, all users in this group will have the roles you specified.
  • If a user in this group has a different set of roles, the user's roles will override the group's roles.

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