This feature is available in all editions.
Access to the Lifecycle user interface and API is authenticated using one of the following methods:
VersionOne stores each member's username and password. (On-Premise and On-Demand)
Windows Integrated Authentication
VersionOne stores the username and delegates authentication of the username and password to active directory. See Windows Integrated Authentication for additional details. (On-Premise only)
"On Demand (V1 Hosted)" Single Sign On Authentication
VersionOne stores the username and delegates authentication of the username and password to an external identity provider. On-Demand SSO is part of the Ultimate Edition and available in the Enterprise Edition for an additional fee. (On-Demand only). Contact VersionOne Support for additional assistance.
"On-Premise" Single Sign On Authentication
VersionOne is configured to receive the username in an HTTP header, which is passed to the application by the SSO infrastructure. Often times this is implemented as a proxy server or an ISAPI filter. (On-Premise only). Contact VersionOne Support for additional assistance.
Integrations and the API
Integrations that access the VersionOne API have their own methods of authenticating with the application. See the API Authentication section of the Developer Community for more information.