Implementasi Single sign on Dengan Google Suite Pada Sistem Informasi Politeknik Caltex Riau
AbstractPoliteknik Caltex Riau has an internet network whose function is to support education and creativity in the teaching and learning process, also facilitates communication and information exchange in an academic environment. Politeknik Caltex Riau network infrastructure has an information system that requires authentication. Among them are student-based information systems and e-mail that have Gsuite for education features. However, the existing system has not integrated a username and password. The impact on the number of different login systems, namely users must log on each system so users must remember all the authentication of each system. Single sign on is a technique that allows users to access different resources without having to enter a username and password to log in back again. single sign on makes the login process the centralization and management of the user. To implement single sign on, a keycloak is used that is integrated into the lightweight directory access protocol. In this project it was shown that the Single Sign On technique integrated with the Politeknik Caltex Riau Information System and Google Suite for Education can assist in heterogeneous authentication processes. Keywords: Single Sign On, Keycloak, Gsuite, LDAP.
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