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sailajaprakash10599 asked Suyash Joshi answered

SAML SSO Integration between AWS and RingCentral

Hi,I am SailajaPrakash with 8kmiles(A Cloud Solutions Provider located in Bay Area). We have been contracted by AWS to integrate AWS SSO with top SaaS applications including RingCentral. As part of this integration effort, I would like to discuss this with your team. Please help.

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John Wang answered
HI Sailaja,

Please email me at john.wang@ringcentral.com

Best,
John
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sailajaprakash10599 answered
Hi John, I have sent the complete details in email yesterday. Could you please check and assist me. Thank you, SailajaPrakash
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attarics answered

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As per my understanding, you would need two implement two different SSOs using OAuth - one for AWS and another one for RingCentral. For implementing RingCentral authentication, have a look at this guide and let us know if any questions: https://developers.ringcentral.com/api-reference/authentication

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