SCIM stands for System for Cross-Domain Identity Management and is useful for IT teams that want to automatically provision users in their SaaS applications.
Imagine you have a new employee join your team who needs access to many different SaaS applications such as GoLinks. What GoLinks auto-provisioning with SCIM will do is, it will create and onboard the new user every time they join the company to GoLinks for you.
It will also help off-board users who leave the company, freeing up their seat that is currently in use.
Which Identity Managers does GoLinks support?
- Azure AD
- Ping Identity
- Google Workspace
- Custom SAML
Which Identity Managers does GoLinks support with SCIM?
This will allow any user changes that are made through the software to also automatically be pushed to GoLinks. For example, if you had SCIM provisioning for GoLinks in Okta and you were to add a new user to your Okta account, the user will also automatically have an account created for them in GoLinks. The same follows for the other identity managers GoLinks supports with SCIM shown above.
SCIM is an additional line item that is specified in your enterprise contract. To view more of the features that entail with the enterprise plan, please click here. If you have purchased SCIM with your contract, then you will need to reach out to your dedicated Account Manager to retrieve a SCIM API token. They will be able to connect you with the integrations team to complete the GoLinks auto-provisioning SCIM integration.