SparkPost SAML Single Sign-on (SSO)
This topic describes how to configure SparkPost for SSO using CyberArk Identity .
SparkPost is a predictive email intelligence platform. SparkPost unifies email delivery with email deliverability analytics.
Supported SSO methods
You can configure the following SSO methods:
|IdP-initiated SAML SSO||Configure SSO to enable your users to access SparkPost through the CyberArk Identity User Portal.|
|SP-initiated SAML SSO||Configure SSO to enable your users to access SparkPost directly form the web application.|
Before you begin
Before you begin, make sure you have the following prerequisites:
You have a SparkPost account
You have CyberArk Identity users for SSO
Configure CyberArk Identity SSO for SparkPost
Step 1: Add the SparkPost app to the Identity Administration portal
Go to Admin Portal > Apps > Web Apps and select Add Web Apps
In the app catalog window, search for the SparkPost app and select Add. Confirm that you want to add the application.
Close the app catalog window to go to the SparkPost app configuration page.
Step 2: Add permissions to the SparkPost app
Go to the Permissions tab
Select the users, groups, or roles to assign to the SparkPost app. Select Add.
Step 3: Enable Single Sign-on in your SparkPost account
Log into your SparkPost account.
In the top-right corner, select your username and select Account Settings from the list.
From the Account Settings page, select Provision SSO
Enter the following data in the Provision Single Sign-On page:
Element Description Step 1: Callback URL
Enter one of the following callback URLs:
Step 2: Security Aessertion Markup Language (SAML)
From the SparkPost Trust > Identity Provider Configuration page, select Download Metadata File .
Upload this file in Step 2.
Select Provision SSO
From the Account Settings page, select Enable SSO
Step 4: Manage single sign-on users in SparkPost
Select Manage single sign-on users from the Account settings page.
Invite new users to your SparkPost account. SSO is enabled by default.
If you have existing users, select the user, and select Enable single sign-on for this user
Be sure to add permissions to the SparkPost app for existing or new users .