Hi, I'd like to setup 1password on our gsuite domain but when I search marketplace apps on google 1password is not listed?
1Password Version: Not ProvidedExtension Version: Not ProvidedOS Version: Not ProvidedSync Type: Not Provided
Unfortunately 1Password does not have GSuite integration at the moment. We are planning on our SCIM bridge being able to work with GSuite later this year.
You can read about automating user provisioning using SCIM and 1Password here: https://support.1password.com/scim/
Hey @jin_dhaliwal any updates on the GSuite SCIM integration?
We don't have anything new to share since Jin's post. Please keep an eye on the release notes later this year as suggested: when this feature makes it to the public release of the SCIM bridge, we will mention it there.
any update on this?
What Ana said on the 7th is still true. The release notes will be the best place to see any updates.
Given the trainwreck of a year that is 2020, are there any updates on a timeframe for when this will come into existence?
I hear ya, 2021 can't come soon enough.
Sadly I don't have good news to share with respect to GSuite support for our SCIM bridge. GSuite is by far the most requested Identity Provider for us to support, so I assure you that it's something we want as well. Unfortunately SCIM support has not come to GSuite, and they still only support SAML which we don't support. SAML is fundamentally different so it's not a simple protocol switch. We've been trying to figure out ways of working around this, but we have nothing to share there and I certainly wouldn't want to give another timeframe for us to miss. For now the simple answer is that it's unsupported, but something we have a real interest in changing.
I wish I had better news to share.
Google has supported SCIM since 2016, https://workspaceupdates.googleblog.com/2016/07/automatically-provision-users-with-scim.html . Is it impossible to build something based on that bypasses the saml part of the SSO stack? Forcing us onto Okta/Rippling just to get this basic feature is painful...