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In this blog, we will look at how you can easily empower users to manage their own account with Keycloak/RedHat-SSO by providing them with a direct link from within your Spring application. Basically, not much more is required than to add this link to your page or menu:
Welcome to the 2nd edition of the 2016 First8Friday videoblog, our recurring dose of Open Source inspiration that we share with you on the 1st Friday of each month. This edition gives an introduction to KeyCloack, RedHat’s single sign on solution for web applications, mobile applications and RESTful web services.
In todays modern IT architecture, domains are quite the thing. Domains are supposed to be as much isolated from each other as possible. If you have an application that manages sensitive data (and really, when do you not have sensitive data?), you need to think about security. Programmatic security In many cases, you can get away with role-based security (e.g. … Lees verder Security with microservices: programmatic security with Keycloak
Managing users in Keycloak can be done manually via the admin console (if you are running it locally, it can be found on http://localhost:8080/auth). If you have an LDAP service somewhere, you could also integrate that and manage the users via that. In this blog post, we’ll examine a simple way to manage users programmatically. We could use the Admin REST … Lees verder Programmatically adding users in Keycloak
In a previous blog post we discussed a bit on how you can integrate Keycloak with JAX-RS. In this blog post we’ll show an example on how to build an integration test to test if your REST endpoint is secured. In this setup, we are using Keycloak 1.4.0 for our identity management, and we deploy our application in Wildfly 9. (Older versions … Lees verder Testing Keycloak integration with Arquillian