StatusCast allows you to utilize the SAML feature built into Google Admin so that you’re administrators and users don’t need to manage multiple passwords. To get started you will first need to login to Google Admin and search for SAML Apps.  Add a new SAML app to your account.

Set both the ACS URL and Entity ID to https://[your_domain].statuscast.com.com/sso/saml where [your_domain] is your StatusCast domain name. If your account utilizes a CNAME then set both values to https://[your_cname]/sso/saml. Set the Name ID to Basic Information and Primary Email, and set the Name ID Format to EMAIL. To complete the setup in StatusCast you will need this SAML app's SSO URL and x.509 certificate; click the Manage Certificates link to see this info.

Open a new browser tab and navigate to your StatusCast admin portal(https://[your_domain].statuscast.com/admin. Navigate to the Integrations section, locate the SSO card and select Install.

StatusCast allows you to setup SSO paths for both the status page and admin portal. Select the appropriate path(the same SSO configuration can be used for both), select SAML 2.0 as the provider and then enter the SSO URL and x.509 certificate from your SAML app. Click install and now your StatusCast account will route authentication through your Google SAML app. 

Don't forget to assign access to your Google SAML app from the Google Admin portal.

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