Update: As of June 2, 2020, the public beta for Duo Single Sign-On is available to all non-Federal customers on Duo MFA, Duo Access, or Duo Beyond edition.
We’re excited to announce that Duo Single Sign-On is now open for public beta to U.S.-based, non-Federal customers. The beta is being rolled out following our standard phased deployment process, which means that it will become available in your Duo Admin Panel between March 16 and March 27, 2020.
You are encouraged to join and share your feedback with us! Please read on for more details.
What is Duo Single Sign-On?
Duo Single Sign-On is a cloud-hosted SAML Identity Provider (IdP) that adds two-factor authentication, complete with inline self-enrollment and the Duo Prompt, to popular cloud services like Salesforce and Amazon Web Services using SAML 2.0 federation.
Why use it?
By allowing users to access multiple applications with a single username and password, Duo Single Sign-On helps mitigate the risk of bad password habits while making it easier to work flexibly. You can even create access policies that can differ by application, depending on the sensitivity of its data and the privileges of the user, which reduces user friction while protecting your most important assets.
Who can participate?
Duo Single-Sign On is available to U.S.-based, non-Federal deployments. It will be included at no additional cost in our MFA, Access, and Beyond editions.
How do I try it and learn more?
Look for the “Single Sign-On” page under “Applications” in your Duo Admin Panel. You can learn more about Duo Single Sign-On by visiting our documentation.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your feedback or if you have any questions.