On this put up:
- Making a Duo Auth connection in Workflows Connector Builder
- Creating helper flows on-line meetup recording
- New neighborhood platform for on-line meetups
Making a Duo Auth connection in Workflows Connector Builder
David revealed a information on how one can construct a customized Due Auth connection in Workflows Connector Builder.
We’re within the midst of implementing Duo inside our org and need to use it nearly in every single place, together with Okta Workflows. We have now been constructing Slack slash instructions that do some severe modifications (extra posts on these later) and we thought prompting the person operating the command with Duo could be one other layer of safety (after verifying they’re within the acceptable Okta Teams to carry out the motion to start with.)
Right here’s how we applied Duo Auth in Connector builder.
Connector Builder Beta
Creating helper flows on-line meetup recording
In case you missed our on-line meetup on how use helper flows. Watch the replay the place you’ll study:
- The right way to use a Record For-Every card to course of an inventory
- The right way to use the streaming choice to course of an inventory
New neighborhood platform for on-line meetups
We now use a brand new platform for on-line occasions known as Crowdcast: http://crowdcast.io/workflows. Listed below are a number of the explanation why we love Crowdcast:
- A community-focused platform for on-line occasions
- A central web page with all upcoming and previous occasions
- Comply with a channel to get notified when it goes stay
- Occasion replay is offered proper after an occasion ends, on the similar web page
- Occasion chat is offered earlier than, throughout and after the occasion
- Runs within the browser (there’s nothing to put in)
So, go to http://crowdcast.io/oktaworkflows and click on the inexperienced Comply with button to observe us!