Auth0 with amazon managed grafana


I want to enable users to log in to a amazon managed grafana (AMG) workspace using an external SAML 2.0 Identity Provider, Auth0. I would like to know if that is possible and if, yes, how can I do it.

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AMG integrates with AWS IAM Identify Center (succcessor to AWS SSO) to provide identity federation. Please refers to AMG documentation at AWS SSO (AWS IAM Identify Center) can integrate with Auth0, for details please refers to i.e. you will have to enable AWS IAM Identity Center support for AMG. And configure the integration with Auth0.

answered 2 years ago

See my answer here:

I am able to get Auth0 to work where the login flow is "Sign in with SAML" from AMG screen which redirects to Auht0 I am however trying to get it to work without the need to start from AMG screen and just use Auth0, it seems to be missing UID in RelayState when I try that flow. Will update when I get it solved.

answered a year ago

Amazon Managed Grafana now supports direct Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 integration, without the need to go through AWS Identity and Access Management (AWS IAM) or AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO). SAML authentication support enables you to use your existing identity provider to offer single sign-on for logging into the Grafana console of your Amazon Managed Grafana workspaces, manage access control, search your data, and build visualizations.

Following are the steps to configure the Amazon Managed Grafana application on your IdP portal. Choose the section that refers to your IdP for detailed steps.

Azure AD




Ping Identity

I don't believe Auth0 is in the supported list as of yet.

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answered 2 years ago
  • Thanks for the answer. I read that before asking. My question is about Auth0, which supports SAML 2.0. I just need some help from you to set up AMG with Auth0 Please

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