We just implemented SSO integration between WordPress and PingIdentity successfully.

What we learnt is that the “simpleSAMLphp Authentication” plugin (0.7.0) is too complicated to implement, as it has addtional 3rd party application to install and configure, and apache server has to configured to work with it, in addition to the plugin itself. Way too complicated. We tried, but gave up, and then tried a second option – “OneLogin SAML SSO” (2.1.2) which worked much simpler out of the gate. It has a settings page that has all the configurations in one place, and there is nothing else to install.

It’s between a WordPress 4.0 site in VPS hosting and a private cloud PingIdentity Idp.

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