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AbhijeetKumar2-8878 asked alfredorevilla-msft answered

Setup Microsoft CIAM IDP proxy

Hi,

I am new to Microsoft AD CIAM. I wanted to understand how to achieve a phased migration from current Oracle IAM(IdP) to Microsoft AD CIAM. Phased migration means moving the existing Oracle integrated apps to the new Microsoft CIAM platform in a phased manner while ensuring the Single Sign On experience is not impacted to the end user.

To explain it better consider the below scenarios -

Present - Oracle IdP - App1 and App2 participating in SSO

Desired State - Oracle IdP - App1 and Microsoft IdP - App2 , participating in SSO

What should be the design for SSO so as to accomodate both the IdPs at the same time ? Can we configure Microsoft CIAM as IdP Proxy to route the request to either Oracle for App1 and Microsoft for App2.

Any feedback and/or recommendations are most welcome.

Thanks,
Abhi

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alfredorevilla-msft answered

Hello @abhijeetkumar2-8878, with Azure B2C you can configure federated identity providers using SAML or OIDC/OAuth. Federated SSO is not controlled by Azure B2C but by the federated identity provider which allow a federated user to sign into an Azure B2C application and later (if the user session is still valid/alive) to sign into the federated provider application.


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