Enterprise AuthenticationAuthentication Authentication determines whether the user is who they claim to be. is LIVE
The implementation of the new Enterprise Authentication service is complete, and the service is now live in production.
The Identity and Access Management (IAM) team is now undertaking the first phase of a project to migrate over 800 integrations from UTLogin to Enterprise Authentication. Transition managers are working to schedule customer transitions with the goal to have all UTLogin transitions complete by the end of 2020 and retire UTLogin in December 2020. The transition focus will then shift to transitioning UT Shibboleth customers.
Ready to Integrate with Enterprise Authentication?
If you are an existing UTLogin customer and have not been contacted by a transition manager, please reach out to the team by emailing email@example.com .
New IAM authentication customers can find information about the integration process and initiate a new integration by visiting https://iamservices.utexas.edu/integration/.
All customers are welcome to visit the Enterprise Authentication ServiceNow page to find more information including answers to frequently asked questions.
Want to know more about Enterprise Authentication? Visit the Enterprise Authentication ServiceNow page and/or review some of these commonly asked-about topics:
- KB0017765: UTLogin to Enterprise Authentication Transition Plan
- KB0017642: Transitioning from a UTLogin WPA to Enterprise Authentication
- KB0017671: Metadata Requirements
- KB0017644: Mapping Policy Agent Headers to Enterprise Authentication Attributes
- KB0017849: Shibboleth Service Provider (SP) Metadata Examples
- KB0017850: SimpleSAMLphp Examples
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Connect with the Enterprise Authentication Team
For questions or comments, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.