This section contains basic information and links to sections necessary for a quick start.
Before starting to use Datawiza Access proxy, it is better to have some basic knowledge about:
To quickly get up and running with Datawiza Access Proxy, set up on Datawiza Cloud Management Console, then add a sample IdP configuration and add SSO to our pre-built demo application.
When you’re done, you will:
- Understand what Datawiza Access Proxy is and how it works.
- Have a basic understanding of setting up SSO for a demo application.
- Be familiar with the basic access rules.
Currently, Datawiza Access Proxy can be installed on Docker and Kubernetes. There are no minimum hardware and software requirements, but we recommend having at least 1 core and 2 GB of memory. The fastest way to install our Datawiza Access Proxy is by using the Docker environment. To learn how to install Docker, please refer to installing Docker.
What is Next
After successfully installing Docker in your environment, we can proceed to configure the Identity Provider (IdP). You can choose any IdP that you are planning to use. The following steps will guide you on how to configure the IdP from the IdP's perspective. Typically, you will need the following information from the IdP side:
Client Secret, and
Issuer. Depending on the IdP, there might be additional fields required.