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Update the 1Password SCIM bridge

Learn how to get and deploy the latest version of the 1Password SCIM bridge for your environment.

If you receive an email notification about a new version of the SCIM bridge, follow the instructions for your deployment environment to update it.

Docker or Kubernetes

  1. Visit 1Password SCIM bridge on Docker Hub and note the tag with the most recent version number.

  2. Edit your YAML configuration file and update it with the version number you noted:

    Deployment environment Edit this YAML file
    Docker docker-compose.yml
    Kubernetes op-scim-deployment.yaml
  3. Run one of the following commands to apply the update:

    Deployment environment Run this command
    Docker Compose docker-compose up
    Docker Swarm docker stack deploy
    Kubernetes kubectl apply

Google Cloud Platform

  1. Release the app’s static IP address.Ā 
  2. Visit the Google Kubernetes Engine consoleĀ  , click the “SCIM bridge by 1Password” app instance, then click Delete.
  3. Install the SCIM bridge againĀ  in the same project using the same cluster.
  4. Promote the app’s ephemeral IP address to a static IP address.Ā 
  5. Update the DNS record for the SCIM bridge to point to the new static IP address.
  6. Visit the SCIM bridge domain in your browser and enter your OAuth bearer token to confirm that the upgrade was successful.

DigitalOcean

Install the updated DigitalOcean Marketplace app over the old one:

  1. Visit 1Password SCIM bridge on DigitalOcean MarketplaceĀ  and click Install App.
  2. Choose the cluster where the SCIM bridge is deployed, then click Install.
  3. Visit the SCIM bridge domain in your browser and enter your OAuth bearer token to confirm that the upgrade was successful.

Get help

Get help with the SCIM bridge, like if you lose your bearer token or session file, or if you use two-factor authentication.

For more information about the SCIM bridge, contact your 1Password Business representative. To get help and share feedback, join the discussion with the 1Password Support Community.

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