Okta source plugin

Okta is a leading identity management and access management platform that empowers organizations to securely connect their users with applications, devices, and data. Okta enables businesses to implement Single Sign-On (SSO), Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), and User Lifecycle Management to safeguard sensitive data and streamline user experiences.

The extensible architecture of Okta allows developers to integrate its services into their applications, enabling robust identity management capabilities. With the APIs and SDKs supplied by Okta, organizations can customize and extend their authentication and authorization workflows, ensuring a tailored fit for their unique requirements.

You can use the Okta source plugin to configure your Calyptia Core pipeline to collect data from your Okta instances.

Configuration parameters

The Okta source plugin provides these configuration parameters.


Okta Domain URLReplace with the URL for your Okta domain.
Okta API TokenIncludes the Okta API Token that can be found within your Security dashboard in the Okta console.
Pull IntervalAmount of time between each API call on the Okta System Logs.


Optional Request bodyOptional Request body. For example, {"custom":"data"}.
Request TimeoutAmount of time between requests. Default: 10s.
Continue Scrape on HTTP ErrorOption on whether to continue upon receiving a >400 HTTP Error Response Code.
Max Response BytesOption to limit the amount of bytes to read from the response body.
TemplateGolang template that applies over the record. This includes statusCode (int), headers(http.Header), and body which can be any and index which is an increasing number for the request being made. All templates must be inserted within quotes.
Stop Template.Golang template that evaluates to a Boolean value that tells the plugin when to stop.
Next URL TemplateAn optional Golang template you can use to modify the original request URL. This is useful when advanced or iterating over a paginated API. https://example.org/pages?offset={{.index}} (opens in a new tab)'.
Next Body TemplateAn optional Golang template you can use to modify the original request body.
Next Headers TemplateOptional Golang template used to modify the original request headers.


OAuth2 Client IDOptional OAuth2 Client ID. You need to at least pass the client ID, secret and token URL to enable OAuth2. Uses the client_credentials flow.
OAuth2 Client SecretOptional OAuth2 client secret.
OAuth2 Token URLOptional OAuth2 token URL in the formal of HTTP or HTTPS. For example, https://example.org/oauth2/token (opens in a new tab).
OAuth2 ScopesOptional list of additional scopes for OAuth2 separated by space. For example, scope1 scope2.
OAuth2 Scopes SeparatorAdditional parameter to pass during OAuth2 that separates scopes specified in OAuth2 Scopes.
OAuth2 Additional ParamsOptional additional parameters to add during OAuth2. The format is a URL query string. For example, foo=bar&bar=qux.