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PagerDuty Extends Platform with Okta, OneLogin and Ping Identity

PagerDuty, an operations performance platform for operations and engineering teams, today announced the launch of single sign-on (SSO) with Okta, onelogin and Ping Identity. PagerDuty gives their thousands of customers visibility across their global operations to resolve problems faster and deliver a superior customer experience. This launch now extends PagerDuty’s platform integrations to over 75 partners, which includes NewRelic, Splunk, Amazon Web Services and Zendesk.

Access to business-critical applications within the enterprise is increasingly important as the volume of applications and systems to manage has grown. By using a single sign-on provider, PagerDuty administrators now have the ability to manage user access centrally using their existing identity management tool.

"With just a couple of clicks, global operations teams have access to business-critical applications and systems that impact the customer experience. Controlling access is increasingly important as the volume of these systems increases and reliability and security continue to be key priorities for IT organizations. SSO makes managing that access even easier for PagerDuty customers."
– Alex Solomon, founder and CEO, PagerDuty

Key capabilities with SSO:

Efficiently Manage User Access. Using an SSO provider with PagerDuty makes it easy to revoke or change access as people or teams change within the enterprise.

Enable One-Click Log In. Can’t remember all of the passwords you use for the increasing volume of tools you use? Or maybe it’s because you just reset them all due to Heartbleed? Now users have one less password to use, change or remember.

Easily Add PagerDuty Users. Simply provide users access to the PagerDuty app via your SSO provider and user accounts will be auto-provisioned when they first login to PagerDuty.

“PagerDuty integrates with all monitoring tools to streamline incident management via one application. With Okta, PagerDuty customers can streamline provisioning and deprovisioning of user accounts for hundreds of applications from a single entry point.”
– Chuck Fontana, VP Corporate & Business Development, Okta

”By integrating PagerDuty with OneLogin, globally distributed teams can work better together by having a single place to access all their critical enterprise applications. All apps are conveniently accessible from OneLogin’s single sign-on portal where they can be launched with one click. No need to remember URLs, usernames or passwords. With OneLogin mobile, a single click is all it takes to access your web apps – in the cloud and behind the firewall.”
– Josh Greene, VP Business Development, OneLogin

“The ability to centrally administer credentials to thousands of applications is critical for the enterprise. PagerDuty gives businesses a unified view of their systems and people and we’re excited to partner with them to deliver a single, access point to all their applications via a secure SSO solution that can support any enterprise use case.”
– Mike Kane, Director of Business Development – SaaS Alliances, Ping Identity

About PagerDuty

PagerDuty is an operations performance platform designed for operations and engineering teams to increase reliability. By connecting people, systems and data in a single view, PagerDuty delivers visibility across global operations activity for intelligent incident lifecycle management. With smart alerting and escalations, powerful on-call scheduling, incident tracking and reporting, businesses decrease resolution time and improve quality of life for on-call teams. PagerDuty is backed by Andreessen Horowitz. Learn more at www.pagerduty.com and @pagerduty.

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