The Red Hat build of Keycloak offers a new era of identity and access management. This product is based on the Keycloak project, which enables you to secure your web applications by providing web single sign-on (SSO) capabilities based on OpenID Connect, OAuth 2.0, and SAML 2.0. The release of this product replaces any plans for a future single sign-on (8.0 or higher) feature release.
While preserving the power and functionality of single sign-on, the Red Hat build of Keycloak is faster, more flexible, and efficient. For example:
- This product uses a streamlined distribution model based on Red Hat build of Quarkus.
- Getting started is simpler than with single sign-on; you choose from multiple configuration source instead of editing XML files.
- Interactive command-line help supplements documentation for quick answers to questions.
Watch this two-minute getting started video, which shows the initial steps to use the product.
Try out Red Hat build of Keycloak
The documentation and software are available so you can try it out for yourself.