Here are some of the deployment scenarios that the integrations support:

Identity management
Identity management integrations allow PingFederate to extend the domain of identity systems to include the partner applications that you integrate with PingFederate.
Authentication systems
Authentication systems allow users to authenticate with PingFederate through a variety of methods, such as web forms and certificates.
Custom applications
Custom application integrations allow PingFederate to extend single sign-on capabilities to applications that may not have access to a web or application server. They support a variety of programming languages, including Java, .NET, and PHP.
Server agents
Server agents allow PingFederate to extend single sign-on abilities to applications running on a variety of web servers.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
MFA integrations allow PingFederate to include third-party MFA providers as part of the sign-on flow.
Mobile device management (MDM)
Mobile device management integrations allow PingFederate to adjust the sign-on flow based on device information.
Risk intelligence integrations allows PingFederate to retrieve a security risk assessment when a user signs on. You can use this information to dynamically adjust authentication requirements based on the risk level for each sign-on event.
Provisioning connectors allow PingFederate to propagate users and groups from a user directory to a SaaS service. Connectors also include single sign-on integration with the service.
Social login
Cloud identity connectors allow PingFederate to use third-party identity provider services for single sign-on. This allows users to sign on to PingFederate partner applications with popular social platforms such as LinkedIn, Google, or Facebook.

For a current list of integrations, go to the Ping Identity Integration Directory.

For integrations documentation, go to Integrations Overview.