Connectis Adapter

Easy connection to the Connectis Identity Broker. See what the Connectis Adapter means for your organization. 

Easily connect applications to the Connectis Identity Broker

Any service can be connected to the Connectis Identity Broker using a Connectis Adapter. With a Connectis Adapter, the connection is effectively integrated within the application. Making it even easier to set up connections between your online services and various identity providers.

Easy implementation

Connectis Adapters mean much less programming work. We provide everything you need to connect your applications to the Connectis Identity Broker.

Guaranteed to work

When you use Connectis Adapters, compatibility with the Connectis Identity Broker is guaranteed. Your interface will work, and go on working.

Smooth updates

With a Connectis Adapter, very little maintenance is required. We make sure that the adapter remains updated and fully functional at all times.

Built-in attribute decryption

Attributes are sometimes transmitted in encrypted form. That's no problem with a Connectis Adapter, which handles decryption for you.

Proven security

At Connectis, we always put security first. Our processes have built-in security checks at every stage: from design, right through to software and adapter production and implementation.

Free to use

Connectis Adapters are entirely free to use in combination with the Connectis Identity Broker. And we don't charge for adapter-related support.

Security Assertion Markup Language

SAML is a communication protocol: a set of rules and parameters for realising authentication and authorisation between systems. It’s an XML-based standard defining how messages should be formatted and exchanged.


For the connection of a service to the Connectis Identity Broker, it's important that your system supports the SAML protocol. If your system doesn't support SAML and you want to handle the implementation yourself, you face a number of challenges:

Implementation is complex

SAML is an extensive protocol and therefore difficult to implement.

In-house implementation requires upkeep

Once you've implemented the SAML protocol, your application managers will always have the responsibility of keeping the interface up and running as well as the application.

Implementation errors mean security risks

By implementing the SAML protocol, you enable an authentication connection to be established. It's very important that an authentication connection is secure. Any oversight or slip in your SAML implementation represents a security risk.

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