New in Workflows: AWS and Secure Code Warrior Connectors, and Five New Templates

A few weeks ago I shared that the Okta Workflows team released two new features: New in Workflows: Flow Backup to GitHub and Google Drive, and 17 New Workflows Events in System Log. In this blog post I’m going to share more new benefits and capabilities recently released in Workflows:

  • AWS S3 and Secure Code Warrior connectors
  • Five new templates

AWS S3 and Secure Code Warrior connectors

Two new connectors are now available.

The AWS S3 connector allows you to retrieve and modify your AWS S3 resources. The connector supports the following functions:

  • Create a new AWS S3 bucket
  • Delete a specified AWS S3 bucket
  • Delete an object in a specified AWS S3 bucket
  • Download an object in a specified AWS S3 bucket
  • Retrieve metadata of an object in AWS S3
  • Read tags associated with an object in AWS S3
AWS S3 connector functions

The Secure Code Warrior connector is the first 3rd party built connector. For example, you can the validate security competency of developers using an assessment before granting access to sensitive code repositories.

The connector supports the following functions:

  • Check Assessment Completion For User
  • Check Course Completion For User
  • Custom API Action
  • List Assessment Attempts For User
  • List Course Enrollments For User
Code Warrior connector

Five new templates

The Workflows team added five new templates to help you get started with Workflows faster. A template is a ready-to-run flow, you only need to set the connections. The new templates added:

Trigger notifications when all MFA factors are reset flow

Check out all the available templates.


Two resources to help you learn more: 

📌 Try this step-by-step getting started tutorial: Build Your First Automation With Okta Workflows: Notify When User Is Suspended.

📌 All the Workflows resources (docs, tutorial, office hours, templates, office hours and more)

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