PingOne Integration Guide

Amir Avitzur
Amir Avitzur
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Integration with PingOne provides visibility about your PingOne users, groups, roles and the applications they can access. After integration, Authomize provides visibility into PingOne and the applications (in PingOne or other IDPs) that PingOne supports as an Identity Provider, enabling improved identity security and automated access reviews.

Note: PingOne is PingIdentity’s Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) single sign-on offereing. “PingOne” and “PingIdentity” are used interchangeably since PingOne is, basically, PingIdentity’s only product.

PingOne integration workflow


Setting Up PingOne

  1. Log into PingIdentity as an admin.
  2. Go to Connections > Applications, click , and enter:
    • Application Name
    • Description
    • Icon


      3. Pick Worker application type and then click Save.

       4. In the configuration section on the new application page, copy:

      • Client ID
      • Token Endpoint
      • Client Secret


Integration with Authomize

  1. Log into Authomize
  2. Go to the Settings/Data Sources
  3. Click Add New App and pick PingIdentity.
  4. In the Integrate PingIdentity dialog:

Step 1.  Skip step 1

Step 2.  Copy from PingOne and paste in:

          • Client ID
          • Client Secret
          • Ping Token Endpoint

Step 3.  Supply an integration name

Step 4.  Add the email of the integration owner



Step 5.  Click Create.

When the connector is successfully added you will see a PingIdentity entry in the connectors list.


Azure Active Directory

·       Users

·       Groups and Roles

·       Applications

·       Service Accounts

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