The PingCentral Administrative API is a REST-based interface that provides a programmatic way to make configuration changes to PingCentral as an alternative to using the administrative console.
The resources documented here display implementation details on that resource such as the available endpoints, the parameter and response models for the operation, and the model structure of the resources themselves. Each resource operation provides the ability to interact with the API.
The PingCentral administrative API includes the following endpoints.
In PingCentral, you can set up users. For more information, see Users.
In PingCentral, you can set up PingFederate and PingAccess development environments. For more information, see Environments.
In PingFederate and PingAccess, you can locate clients, connections, and applications that are worthy of replicating in new applications or adding to PingCentral.
In PingCentral, you can create OAuth, OpenID Connect, and SAML service provider templates based on these PingFederate clients and connections by saving PingFederate applications as templates. For more information, see Templates. You can also add existing PingFederate and PingAccess applications directly to PingCentral and assign them to application owners to manage. For more information, see Applications.
In PingCentral, application owners use your templates to create new OAuth, OIDC, and SAML service provider applications. You designate a name and description for each application as well as environment-specific information that makes it possible to run the application on the target environment. For more information, see Applications.