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Jira Using SCIM User And Group Provisioning For Azure AD


User Sync & Group Sync app provisions user and group information from Azure AD to Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket. Users, groups and directory details can by provisioned using SCIM and REST API. SCIM provisioning works based on events performed on IDP. This way the administrator only needs to manage user accounts in Azure AD. This reduces the administration time required to create users and groups in Atlassian modules such as Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket.

You can refer the steps to configure Azure AD method with the Jira SCIM from the video or documentation given below


Download And Installation



  • Log into your atlassian instance as admin.
  • Navigate to the settings menu and Click Manage Apps.
  • Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  • Locate miniOrange User and Group Sync app.
  • Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license.
  • Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
  • Click Apply license.

Step 1: Get SCIM Client Details

  • In the Configuration tab, please select Azure AD provider.
  • Select Azure AD as SCIM Provider
  • In the popup, please select SCIM method to perform user and group synchronization.
  • Select SCIM as Usersync method
  • In SCIM configuration, Please enter App Name and click on Save Settings button. Copy the SCIM Base URL and SCIM Bearer Token, these will be used later to configure SCIM application on Azure AD.
  • SCIM Configuration Details

Step 2: Setup Azure AD SCIM Configurations

  • Log in to your Azure AD portal and select the Azure Active Directory. Then create an Enterprise application.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard - Login to Azure AD portal
  • Click on New Application and select non-gallery application.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard - In Azure AD portal Add new application
  • Give suitable name to your user provisioning application.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard Applicaiton Name SCIM_User_provisioning
  • Click on Provisioning in left menu and click on Get started.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard- Provisioning screen to manage user account
  • Select Automatic in Provisioning Mode and Enter SCIM Base URL, SCIM Bearer Token (which you will find in step 1) .
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard chose Provisioning Mode Automatic
  • Assign users to your applicartion. Assigned users will be created in your Atlassian module if they are not already present. You can also assign groups. Member of assigned groups will be provisioned for Atlassian module.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard Assign users and groups to application
  • Once done with configuration, Go back to application and click on Start provisioning.
  • User provisioning with Azure AD of SCIM Standard Start Provisioning option

Step 3: User Sync Settings

  • Select the User Sync Settings tab from the left sidebar. Here you can configure different settings about user creation and updation.
  • User and gruop provisioning in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket User Sync
  • You can select the directory, enable or disable user import, update process.
  • The user can be automatically enabled or disabled here based on IDP configuration.
  • You also have an option to set Default Project Lead and Default Component Lead.

Step 4: Group Sync Settings

  • Select the Group Sync Settings tab from the left sidebar. Here you can configure different settings about group creation and group mapping.
  • User and gruop provisioning in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket Group Sync
  • Here you can configure Default groups for new and all users.
  • You can set Manual Group Mapping or On-The Fly Group Mapping.
  • 1. Manual Group Mapping -

    • Here you can manually map Jira groups with the groups from IDP.
    • You can also configure to import IDP groups, filter groups and whether to keep existing users or not.
    User and gruop provisioning in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket Manual Group Mapping

    2. On-The Fly Group Mapping -

    • Here users will be assigned to groups in Jira whose group name is the same as groups from IDP. If the group doesn't exist in Jira then it will be created.
    • You can configure to keep the existing user groups, filter groups and apply regular expressions on the groups.
    User and gruop provisioning in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket On The Fly Group Mapping

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