Great news! Versal supports single sign-on (SSO). Use our partner API, or use SAML 2.0 – either way, Versal makes it easy to add interactive content to your team training program.
If you want to embed Versal content directly in your website, use our partner API keys. This lets you create and manage users and user sessions without going to the Versal website. Learn more about Versal API keys here.
If you want to use SAML, first make sure your product utilizes SAML 2.0. This is a standard protocol used by many products to authenticate users and provide access to outside service providers. Let’s take a look at what SAML 2.0 single sign on looks like on Microsoft’s Azure platform.
The Azure Marketplace lists approved service providers. Search for “Versal”, then click “Get It Now” to add it to Azure (or get it here). Next, you’ll set up single sign on by approving Versal in Azure and providing us with some basic account information that will create the connection between Versal and Azure using the SAML protocol. You can see step-by-step instructions here.