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How to configure SAML single sign-on for Datadog

ADSelfService Plus supports Active Directory (AD)-based single sign-on (SSO) for Datadog logins and many other SAML-enabled applications. When Datadog SAML SSO is enabled, users only have to log in to ADSelfService Plus, the identity provider, once. After logging in, users can securely access their Datadog account without having to enter their usernames and passwords again.

ADSelfService Plus supports both identity provider (IdP) and service provider (SP)-initiated SSO for Datadog logins.

IdP-initiated Datadog SSO: Users need to log in to the ADSelfService Plus user portal first, and then click Datadog in the Applications tab to access Datadog.

SP-initiated Datadog SSO: Users can access their Datadog domain via a URL or bookmark. They will automatically be redirected to the ADSelfService Plus portal for login. Once they've signed on, they'll be automatically redirected and logged in to the Datadog portal.

Follow this guide for setting up Datadog SSO logins

Configuring your Active Directory domain in ADSelfService Plus

For detailed steps, click here.

Getting the SAML SSO details from ADSelfService Plus

  1. Log in to ADSelfService Plus with admin credentials.
  2. Go to the Applications tab → Add Applications, and select Datadog from the applications displayed.

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  3. Enter the Application Name and Description.
  4. Select Enable Single Sign-On.
  5. Enter the Domain Name of your email address. For example, if you use johndoe@datadog.com to log in to Datadog, then datadog.com is the domain name.
  6. Enter the SAML Redirect URL for your Datadog account. Get the SAML Redirect URL from step 14.
  7. Click Add Application.
  8. In the pop-up that appears, copy the Login URL, and download the Metadata file.
  9. Configuring SAML SSO settings in Datadog

  10. Log in to Datadog with an admin credentials.
  11. Click your profile picture located at the bottom-left.
  12. Select Configure SAML.

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  13. Upload the IdP Metadata from step 8 by clicking the Choose File button.

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  14. After you upload the metadata file, enable SAML in Datadog by clicking the Enable button.

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  15. When you enable SAML, a Single Sign-on URL will be displayed. Copy the URL. This will serve as the SAML redirect URL when configuring Datadog with ADSelfService Plus. Use this URL in step 6.

Your users can now log in to their Datadog accounts automatically using single sign-on.

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