SSO (or Single Sign On) refers to a number of popular authentication frameworks that delegate authentication to an external identity provider (often shortened to IdP) like Okta, Google, or ForgeRock. These external identity providers are owned and managed by IT admins. A user relies on their membership from that provider to sign in instead of creating another password, and developers can enrich their users' experiences with the information shared by the providers.
Once a Member has successfully logged in, the SDK can be used to view and manage SAML and OIDC connections in the Organization if the Member's Role gives them permission to do so.
To learn more about our RBAC implementation, see our RBAC guide.