Elastic SSO Enterprise Edition

Elastic SSO EnterpriseThe Elastic SSO® (or ESSO) Enterprise Edition Identity Provider, is a Shibboleth SAML standards compliant, secure single sign-on (SSO) access software solution. It is specifically designed for customers who want to leverage and extend their existing on-premises identity management and authentication infrastructure.

Get a quoteThe ESSO solution integrates with existing on-premises enterprise Active Directory, LDAP, SQL, CAS or Windows authentication infrastructure and provides secure extranet single sign-on access for Users to SaaS and on-premises enterprise Apps. ESSO Enterprise instances can be deployed on-premises or cloud.

Key Features

  • Shibboleth SAML Identity Provider software. SAML2, SAML1.1.
  • Leverages existing on-premises IDM infrastructure, such as, Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP, SQL, CAS and Windows Authentication.
  • Supports Shibboleth SAML identity federations such as InCommon, UK federation, Edugate, AAF, KID, SWAMI and others.
  • Clustering and load-balancing. Ideal for high-usage high-availability environments.
  • Session Persistence. Maintain end-user SSO sessions during reboots.
  • Customizable UI. Custom co-branded login, error and exception handling UI.
  • Compatible with thousands of on-premises or SaaS enterprise Apps.
  • Available for on-premises deployment or cloud-hosted with SLA.
  • Deploys on Windows or Linux OS platform.
  • Premium support and maintenance subscriptions.
  • SSO instance can be self-managed or managed by 9STAR’s Shibboleth SAML experts.


  • Improved Productivity. Elastic SSO reduces the deployment time by nearly 75% compared to alternatives.
  • Compliance. Elastic SSO instances can be setup on-premises or in the the cloud in your local region.
  • Scalability. Elastic SSO scales easily with increased load and usage levels, from a standalone server to a load-balanced server farm.
  • Lowers IT cost and complexity. Leverages your existing identity management infrastructure, such as, Active Directory, LDAP, and SQL and extends it to the cloud. As a result, existing user credentials continue to work with both internal and external cloud-hosted enterprise apps.
  • No more maintenance. Technology takes care of itself, updates are seamless.