Please Contact your Looker account manager if you want to make use of these features.
Single sign-on (SSO) embedding is a way to present private embedded Looks, Explores, dashboards, or LookML dashboards to your users without requiring them to have a separate Looker login. Instead, users will be authenticated through your own application.
SSO embedding works by creating a special Looker URL that you will use in an iframe. The URL contains the information you want to share, the ID of the user in your system, and the permissions you want that user to have. You’ll then sign the URL with a secret key provided by Looker.
The Single sign-on (SSO) embedding documentation page details the following elements for: