Hey there. I want to do a SSO between github and my upcoming developer community. So if you sign into github you already have a SSO into our new Developer community.
IMO, the best course of action would be to create a service that allowed you to accept the GitHub identity and map/create into a SAML compliant system that could then eventually map to Jive.
If you were running On-Premise/Hosted, you could build a Jive Plugin to create an end-point for Github and then process accordingly. This would be the more efficient way, but still not overly straight forward if you haven't done SSO plugin integrations in the past.
Note: Jive supported at one time (not sure if it still does), the concept of External Login for Facebook and Google Open ID, but not Github.
Facebook and Google Open ID is still supported in Jive 9;
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