We run a Web platform hosted on a Linux (CentOS 6.6) server, which uses PHP (5.4) and Symfony ([url removed, login to view]) with Apache 2.2.
One of our clients would like to access our web platform through a single sign on solution and has currently an AD FS (Active Directory Federation Services 3.0) as Identity Provider (IdP) running which is capable of SAML 2.0.
From what we have seen so far, a recommended way to setup the trust between these two systems would be SimpleSAMLphp. However, since we use Symfony framework this has not worked.
We would like to install and test a SAML capable Single Sign On implementation running as a Service Provider (sp) into our existing web platform. Third-party providers such as OneLogin can not be considered due to concerns by our clients.
The claim between customer system and ours would be set up by ourselves.
However, further support might be required and similar follow up projects might occur.