OpenID Connect (OIDC)

This guide connects an OpenID connect compliant identity provider to Infra.


To connect an OIDC identity provider via Infra's CLI, run the following command:

infra providers add <your oidc provider name> \
  --url <your_oidc_provider_url_or_domain> \
  --client-id <your_oidc_client_id> \
  --client-secret <your_oidc_client_secret> \
  --kind oidc

Finding required values

OIDC Provider Name

This can be any value you desire. It is used as a name in Infra to refer to this identity provider.

OIDC Provider URL

The base URL your OIDC identity provider can be reached at to obtain information and perform authentication.

Infra relies on the /.well-known/openid-configuration endpoint to discover the paths needed to use the identity provider.

For example, if your OIDC provider's discovery endpoint is then your OIDC provider URL would be

OIDC Client ID and Secret

In order to authenticate using an OIDC identity provider you must register Infra as a client in that identity provider. By registering Infra as a client it will be granted a client ID and client secret that it can use to authenticate users.

OIDC Client Configuration Requirements

  • Infra uses the authorization code flow, typically clients that use this flow are web applications.
  • Scopes required:
    • openid
    • email
  • Redirect URIs:
    • https://<org>

If supporting an infra CLI version lower than 0.19.0, also add http://localhost:8301 as a redirect URI.

Additional Requirements

  • The OIDC identity provider must support the UserInfo endpoint.
  • The UserInfo response must contain either a name or email field.
  • If you wish to use groups, the identity provider must return the user's assigned groups from the UserInfo endpoint.