With the release of 6.3.0 Splunk supports natively supports SAML 2.0
I've got some questions about some sentences in the document 'About Single Sign-on using SAML'
it is stated: "Currently, PingIdentity is the only supported identity provider"
Does this mean that any other identity provider cannot be used in combination with Splunk, or does this mean that possible any SAML provider may work but is not tested nor certified by Splunk?
In the same document: "Currently SSO with SAML is not supported for off-site configurations." how should this be read?
Does this mean that it is just not supported/possible to use with Splunk Cloud? How about a Splunk Enterprise setup hosted in some public cloud? Aws/Azure etc? Would it be supported there?
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