Secure your roadmap with Private Cloud and SAML Single Sign-On

Security is extremely important to us here at Roadmunk. Which is why we’re building powerful data-protection services to meet the needs of any user— from individuals to global companies. We’re currently working towards our ISO 27001 certification—but that’s not all. Today, we’re launching two robust security features: Private Cloud and SAML Single Sign-On.

How does this release ensure your company’s security? Here’s the inside look.

Private Cloud

Enterprise clients requiring additional protection can now store their data in a Private Cloud. Hosted on Amazon Web Services, this secure server is dedicated to your Roadmunk account.

Amazon Web Services provides a detailed account of their system, which offers both privacy and a high degree of customization. Private Cloud customers also get a company-specific Roadmunk URL, complete with a spiffy branded login portal.


Our Private Cloud service allows clients to accelerate the procurement and onboarding process, making it easier than ever to get started with Roadmunk. Companies that require data to be stored in a Private Cloud can now confidently deploy Roadmunk as part of their stack.

Users taking advantage of our Private Cloud functionality will also get access to first-priority customer support. Contact Customer Success for more detail about our Private Cloud service.

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SAML Single Sign-On

Streamline your procurement, onboarding and day-to-day use of Roadmunk with SAML Single Sign-On via PingOne and similar identity providers. With this convenient feature, users can access our app through your company’s existing login portal, allowing for both secure and seamless entry to their roadmap.


Our SAML Single Sign-On release ensures meticulous identity management—it’s a powerful way to administer corporate accounts and protect your documentation. SAML supports a wide range of identity providers, including Microsoft Active Directory, Okta, Bitium, PingOne and more.

Contact Customer Success for more information on the Single Sign-On providers we support. (And yes, we have Google SSO, too!)

Happy roadmapping!