The SaaS Management component gives you information about your SaaS subscriptions to enable you to manage them better. To see the SaaS Management component, under Software, click SaaS Management.
Before you can use the SaaS Management component, you need to configure a connector to your Okta Single Sign On (SSO) subscription. For information about this, see Setting up connectors. You can gain richer insights into your SaaS subscriptions if you also configure connectors to specific SaaS applications such as Microsoft 365 and Salesforce.
SaaS Management home dashboard
The Last data refresh tile on the SaaS Management home dashboard reports when the data used in the SaaS Management component was last refreshed. Make sure you are aware of when this was before proceeding. The dashboard includes the following tiles, which show data collected from your connected SSO subscription:
- Users: shows the number of users who have subscriptions to SaaS applications, including those who are active (in the last 30 days) and inactive (no activity for more than 30 days).
Click this tile to see the Users dashboard, which provides more information about the SaaS user accounts on your estate.
- Applications: shows the total number of SaaS applications available, including those that are considered High, Medium, or Low usage.
High Usage applications have been used by at least 80% of users in the previous 30 days
Medium Usage applications have been used by between 50%-80% of users in the previous 30 days
Low Usage applications have been used by less than 50% of users in the previous 30 days
Click this tile to see the Applications dashboard, which provides more information about the SaaS applications on your estate.
Click the Users tile on the SaaS Management home dashboard to see the Users dashboard, which provides more information about users with SaaS accounts. Above a data grid of all the users are the following tiles:
- Duplicated Users: shows the number of users who have the same first and last name as another user, and so may have duplicate accounts.
- Users with many Applications: shows the number of users who have more than 20 applications.
- External Users: shows the number of users who are using an email domain that is not a corporate domain specified on the SaaS Management tab of the Software Configuration page (see Specifying corporate email domains).
- Inactive Users: shows the number of users who have not been active in any application for more than 30 days
Clicking these tiles displays a data grid of the corresponding user records with further information.
To see details about a particular user, click their name on a data grid to open the People page (for more information, see People).
To see all of the applications that a user has, click the number in the Applications column. To see the applications that a user has but not used in the previous 90 days, click the number in the Dormant/Idle Applications column.
Click the Applications tile on the SaaS Management home dashboard to see the Applications dashboard. Before you proceed, always check the date and time that the data was last refreshed at the top of the page. There are two tiles at the top of the dashboard:
- Application Usage: a bar chart showing the count of applications by measured usage. Click the bars to see details of the applications at that usage level.
- Vendor Summary: a word cloud that indicates the number of users each vendor's applications have.
Under the tiles is a data grid that lists the applications on your estate, including the number of users and usage level of each application along with the source of this information.
Click an application in the Name column of the data grid to see more information about that application, including a chart showing the number of active and inactive users of the application, and another chart showing the trend of active and inactive users. Under these charts is a data grid listing the users of the application, including the date when they most recently used the application.
The Users column shows the number of users the application has and the Low Usage Users column shows how many of these users have not used it in the previous 90 days. You can click these numbers to see the corresponding user lists.
If you configure a connector for any of the applications listed below, an application-specific dashboard appears when you click that application on the applications dashboard. Application-specific dashboards combine data from your SSO connector and the application connector to provide richer insights. If you do not have an application-specific connector configured, a message appears suggesting you set one up to get this additional information.
Adobe: a tile shows the used and available units for each product. Below this is a data grid of the users that includes a count of their subscriptions with a link to details of those subscriptions.
Microsoft 365: tiles show the used and available units for each subscription, the trend of active and inactive users, and the status of each service. Below these tiles is a data grid of the users, including their email, whether or not they are active, and the date when they were last active.
Salesforce: tiles show available and used licenses for each Salesforce product, and the trend of active and inactive users. Below these tiles is a data grid of the users, including their email, a count of their subscriptions with a link to details of those subscriptions, and the date when they were last active.
Click the columns on the Product Usage tile to see which users are using those products.