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SSO for Web APIs

Distributed systems, Microservices and Web APIs taking us to new challenges regarding authentication and authorization. – “One does not simply log in!” The standards OAuth2, OpenID Connect, and JSON Web Tokens (JWT) can help us mastering the auth* challenges in these architectures. We’ll discuss the principles of these standards and look at a clever solution with the use of JBoss Keycloak.

Talk by Niko Köbler at the Voxxed Days Zurich 2018 conference.

Thanks to Devoxx for giving us permission to post this talk. freeCodeCamp is not associated with this talk. We’re just excited to bring more exposure to to it!

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This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. Blink Owl

    Good content but make sure you caffeine up before starting. It's hard to stay awake through it.

  2. bench squad

    Can anyone help me figure out how to add microsoft single sign on to a web app with a React front end and .NET 2.2 back end? I can't seem to find any good examples and the docs are confusing to me. I know I need to create a button and redirect somewhere on submit, but I don't know where to redirect to and what to do in the controller on the back end. Can anyone point me to any helpful resources or give suggestions on how to do this?

  3. Stephan R

    with another shirt the video woult be 10 times better. not that I do not like the brand. the shirt is just awful.

  4. Varric

    At 40:10 you say the resource is the client id. But where is the client for stock or shipping in keycloak? They are the resources of the other services.

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