Action Required Service Updates

IBM Single Sign On for IBM Cloud Deprecation

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  • As of April 30, 2018, the service tile will be removed from the IBM Cloud Public catalog and you will no longer be able to provision new instances. However, existing instances will continue to be supported.  Also, after April 30, 2018, new customers will not be able to order IBM Single Sign On for IBM Cloud.
  • For a period of 370 days after the End of Marketing Date, all existing instances will continue to be available on the Services dashboard in the IBM Cloud console. In addition, the IBM Single Sign On team will continue to support all existing instances.
  • Also, any instance still provisioned at the End of Support Date, which is April 30, 2019 will be deleted.
  • Please delete your IBM Single Sign On for IBM Cloud instances before the End of Support Date April 30th, this change will affect all regions.  

If you want to use IDaaS products and applications, you can use IBM Cloud AppID as an alternative. The newly released IBM® Cloud Identity and IBM® Cloud AppID allow you to securely connect your users to SaaS and on-premises applications, build new applications with username/password, use simple MFA, or use advanced authentication capabilities, and much more. 
For a Product overview and features, visit IBM Cloud Identity and IBM Cloud AppID 
As always, we’re here to help! Reach out to us in the support forums or on Twitter.


Senior Offering Manager - Cloud Security

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