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Score 8.4 out of 101

OneLogin

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Score 8.6 out of 101

Likelihood to Recommend

Amazon Cognito

Amazon Cognito is great for small, internal tools and for integrating with Amazon's serverless products. I would review its features very carefully if I were considering it for a larger, public-facing application because I believe that migrating off of Cognito would be problematic. Cognito is great for internal tools; for example, it has allowed our data scientists to build annotation tools with managed user pools without requiring engineering support.
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OneLogin

OneLogin definitely has a range of people it could work for. Everything from individuals who just want a better login process. Small companies who are wanting a way to keep a better count of who has access to what, and large corporations that want to implement a login process that will reduce the number of helpdesk tickets due to forgotten passwords.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Identity Management

Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
8.9
ID-Management Access Control
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
9.2
ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO)
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
9.4
Multi-Factor Authentication
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
9.7
Password Management
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
8.9
Account Provisioning and De-provisioning
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
8.6
ID Management Workflow Automation
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
9.2
ID Risk Management
Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
7.6

Pros

Amazon Cognito

  • Can easily manage the users.
  • Very good UI design helps manage the users list efficiently.
  • Security groups and roles provides very efficient security.
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OneLogin

  • Numerous predefined connectors: Those connectors to the most popular applications allow to have a quick start.
  • Easy integration with various directory solutions: This allows to quickly setup an existing set of users with no password change, whether they are managed in Active Directory, OpenLDAP, G-Suite
  • Availability of APIs: The APIs offered allow to manage users and users attributes and allow to have more flexibility to provision data to and from the platform.
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Cons

Amazon Cognito

  • Learning curve and documentation
  • Android SDK implementation
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OneLogin

  • Customizing what is shown in the Frequent section would be nice. It lists some things in the frequent section that I do not frequently use but cannot add the tools that would be better suited in the area.
  • Customizing the Icons. A lot of companies use the same color schemes in their logos which causes you to click the wrong tool a lot of the time. This could also be resolved by allowing a user to move around the tools.
  • There are 3 tabs, one for Frequently Used, one for personal, and one for the company. To me having 2 tabs, 1 for all apps, and 1 for favorites would be less clunky.
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Support

Amazon Cognito

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

OneLogin

OneLogin 9.3
Based on 3 answers
There has never been an issue where I have needed to use the OneLogin support so it would be unfair to rate them anything other than a 10 on their ability to provide support. Like I said its a very basic platform that we use it for with no issues.
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Alternatives Considered

Amazon Cognito

It is easier to build multi-factor single sign-on with Okta. Okta has better documentation and provides a better developer experience. It lacks Cognito's seamless integration with other AWS products, however, integration with other Amazon products (like Lambda for customizing sign-in workflows, or SageMaker for Ground Truth labeling tools) is very powerful.
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OneLogin

OneLogin was a better value than Ping and Okta, and it was more feature-rich than HelloID. The other products are fine, but OneLogin was the perfect balance of value and functionality for our organization.
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Return on Investment

Amazon Cognito

  • It has a very high positive impact. It reduces a lot of man-hours trying to develop and integrate with many other platforms.
  • I would appreciate it if there are additional IDPs added to Cognito.
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OneLogin

  • The one big benefit would be time-saving. It is a very convenient platform.
  • The access outside of the office also allows me to work at home or in my spare time for additional business that needs to be taken care of.
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Pricing Details

Amazon Cognito

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

OneLogin

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Amazon Cognito
7.4
OneLogin
8.8

Support

Amazon Cognito
OneLogin
9.3

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