Disable Social Sign-In

Palette provides the flexibility to disable social sign in to restrict this capability. To disable Social Sign In, the user as a Palette tenant admin must set up SSO authentication in the Palette console.

  • Log in to the Palette console as a Tenant Admin.
  • Go to Tenant Settings and select SSO from the left main menu.
  • From Manage SSO, go to Auth Providers and toggle the Enable Provider Login button.

    Note: This button will be enabled by default.

  • To enable it again, toggle the button and select the Social Sign In platform the developers want to use. For example, we currently support Google and Git Hub-based Sign in.
  • Log out of the Palette console
  • Login back to the Palette console selecting the Social Sign In platform enabled in the previous step. The log in can progress in two ways:

    • If no Tenant exists in that Log In, Palette will create a new Tenant under a new organization and log in to that tenant console.

    • If a Tenant already exists in that Log In, then Palette will directly log the developer into that Tenant console.


In the free tier, Palette specifies a LimitRange for each Palette Virtual Cluster namespace as part of the values.yaml in Cluster Groups. Therefore, every resources: section in every pack's values.yaml file should specify BOTH requests and limits or NEIGHTER.

Example: If you specify requests but not limits, the default limits imposed by the LimitRange will likely be lower than the requests, causing an error as below:

Invalid value: "300m": must be less than or equal to CPU limit spec.containers[0].resources.requests: Invalid value: "512Mi": must be less than or equal to memory limit]