InCommon Certificate Service
- Service Overview
- Eligibility & Costs
- Support, How-To’s & Info
The InCommon Certificate Service is a publicly signed certificate source for all campus servers and domains owned by the University of Arizona, such as professional organization and athletic sites (including sites with .org, .com, .net, or other domain extensions). The University of Arizona is a member of the InCommon Federation, which establishes a trust relationship between numerous organizations, allowing users to log into partner sites using their organizations' native authentication systems (e.g., WebAuth).
Unlimited SSL/TLS server certificates are available for:
- Standard SSL/TLS Server certificates
- Multi-Domain Certificates supporting up to 100 Subject Alternative Names (SAN)
- Wildcard certificates (restrictions apply)
- EV certificates (coming soon)
UA IT professionals can create and control certificates through the InCommon web interface at the UA Integration Toolbox.
The InCommon Federation provides unlimited certificates via their InCommon Certificate Service to UA, as a member institution, for a single annual price. This price is covered by UITS at no charge to University departments and colleges.