miniOrange vs Okta SSO
Jacob SmithParticipant# 4 years, 1 month ago
Features are a common thing you will get with all SSO vendors. What differentiates miniOrange from Okta or any other SSO vendor is miniOrange’s top-notch world-class support and best pricing in the industry.
miniOrange offers different support plans according to your need with different scopes. miniOrange’s support plans provide options to take technical support, architecture support, third-party software support, launch support, Operations Support, etc.
Feature-wise also miniOrange have some very unique features like
1) Authenticate your users via any external database or API. This is also relevant for your case. Suppose you want to keep your users in WordPress only and do not want to move them. But since WordPress is not an IDP. You can use miniOrange as a broker to authenticate via WordPress database and miniOrange will do session management.
2) Protocol Brokering – This helps you SSO into any application by authenticating via IDP supporting any protocol. Cross-protocol single sign-on between apps.
3) miniOrange also provides connectors for many platforms/cms which do not support single sign-on to enable SSO in them like WordPress, Atlassian, Joomla, Drupal, etc.
And you will get all these features and support at a better price than okta for sure. They enforce a minimum annual contract charge along with user subscription for the features you are using. You can checkout miniOrange pricing page here – https://www.miniorange.com/pricing
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Feature Details Basic Competency Availability Provides solution to both Cloud & On-Premise, Also connectors for many platforms/CMS like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla etc. Cost effectiveness Best cost in the market Product functionality Product functionality supports market standards Single Sign On Multi-Protocol Integration Number of Protocols support like SAML, OAuth, LDAP, WS-FED, & OpenID connect for authentication JWT Integration Supports JWT authentication for Login Auto-provisioning Supports auto provisioning to apps & websites Form based login Number of form-based login supported Third Party IdP Support Number of third party Identity Providers Social Login Integration Number of social login like Facebook, Twitter, Google etc. used for authentication Cross-Protocol Brokering Provides support to Connect different platforms which support different protocols SCIM support Built-in standards-based provisioning (SCIM) Windows Single Sign-On Integrated windows authentication Database support Supports any external Database API Integration Supports authentication through API SAML Integrations SP & IdP initiated login Provides both Service Provider and Identity Provider initiated login for Single Sign On through SAML Multiple SP Support Number of service providers supported User Provisioning/Deprovisioning Create, Manage, & Delete information about users on multiple systems Authentication MFA Number of factors used for authentication Backup Methods Alternate login methods / Backup Methods for Two Factor Authentication RBA support Adaptive Risk Based Authentication (Based on Device ID, Time, Location and IP) Multi-protocol Number of protocols supported for authentication like LDAP, RADIUS etc. Radius Authentication Support Remote authentication by Radius Protocol Windows credential provider logon to Windows using credentials of different types viz, password, OTP, etc. Third party MFA Providers Integration with third party MFA Providers Security Login Security & monitoring Restrict & Track user login activity Advance Blocking Block user through various parameters like IP, Country etc. Brute Force & DOS Protection Delay response or limit login attempts in case of attack Secure Web Authentication Browser plugin for secure web single sign-on Ease of Use & Support Installation Quick & Easy Installation Support for Customization Provides customize solution as per requirements Active Support Provide dedicated support for every query with quick response End to End Configuration Supports Server & client-side configuration Local Language Support Support capabilities in local languages
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