Configure SSO with another SAML provider
Pipedream supports Single Sign-On (SSO) with any identity provider that supports SAML 2.0. This guide shows you how to configure SSO in Pipedream to authenticate with your SAML provider.
- SSO is only supported for workspaces on the Business and Enterprise plans. Visit the Pipedream pricing page to upgrade.
- You need an administrator of your Pipedream workspace and someone who can create SAML apps in your identity provider to configure SSO.
|SP Entity ID
|Audience, Audience Restriction, SP URL
|SP Assertion Consumer Service (ACS) URL
|Reply or destination URL
|SP Single Sign-on URL
https://api.pipedream.com/auth/saml/<your workspace name>
<your workspace name> with the workspace name at https://pipedream.com/settings/account. For example, if your workspace name is
example-workspace, your start URL will be
Pipedream requires access to SAML metadata at a publicly-accessible URL. This communicates public metadata about the identity provider (your SSO provider) that Pipedream can use to configure the SAML setup in Pipedream.
Most SSO providers will provide a publicly-accessible metadata URL. If not, they should provide a mechanism to download the SAML metadata XML file. Once you've configured your SAML app using the settings above, host this file on a public web server where Pipedream can access it via URL, for example:
Once you have a publicly-accessible URL that hosts your SAML metadata, visit your workspace's authentication settings in Pipedream. In the Single Sign-On section, select SAML, and add your metadata URL to the Metadata URL field, then click Save.
Any user in your workspace can now log into Pipedream at https://pipedream.com/auth/sso by entering your workspaces's name (found in your Settings). You can also access your SSO sign in URL directly by visiting https://pipedream.com/auth/sso/your_workspace_name, where
your_workspace_name is the name of your workspace.
Before you configure the application in your IdP, make sure all your users have matching email addresses for their Pipedream user profile and their IdP profile. Once SSO is enabled, they will not be able to change their Pipedream email address.
If a user's Pipedream email does not match the email in their IdP profile, they will not be able to log in.
If existing users signed up for Pipedream using an email and password, they will no longer be able to do so. They will only be able to sign in using SSO.