If you’re looking for a single sign-on solution (SSO) that enables you to secure new or legacy applications and easily use federated identity providers (IdP) such as social networks, you should definitely take a look at Keycloak. Keycloak is the upstream open source community project for Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO). RH-SSO is a core service that is part of a number of products such as Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. If you’ve logged into to developers.redhat.com or openshift.com you are using Keycloak.
On the Red Hat Developer blog there have been a number of recent articles that cover various aspects Keycloak/RH-SSO integration. A recent DevNation Live Tech Talk covered Securing Spring Boot Microservices with Keycloak. This article discusses the features of Keycloak/RH-SSO that you should be aware of.
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Lets suppose that you have a remote Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) application where the EJB client is a service pack (SP) application in a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) architecture. You would like your remote EJB to be authenticated using same assertion which was used for SP.
Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of EJB and Picketlink.
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This article discusses how to set up and configure a Keycloak instance to use OpenShift for authentication via Identity Brokering. This allows for Single Sign On between the OpenShift cluster and the Keycloak instance. The Keycloak instance will be running on the OpenShift cluster and leverage a ServiceAccount OAuth Client.
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Need to lock down your Docker registry? Keycloak has you covered.
As of version 3.2.0, Keycloak has the ability to act as an “authorization service” for Docker authentication. This means that the Keycloak IDP server can perform identity validation and token issuance when a Docker registry requires authentication. Administrators may now leverage the same user base, audit controls, and configuration mechanisms in Keycloak to extend their SSO ecosystem past OpenID Connect and SAML to cover Docker registries. The chart below illustrates how this flow works:
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The Azure Openshift 3.6 reference architecture now automatically deploys and integrates SSO. The reference architecture, which is available in a scalable full high-availability configuration and a single vm for trials is part of openshift-ansible-contrib git repo.
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JBoss Application Server ships with
PicketLink module for enabling
SAML based SSO.
PicketLink is an open source module and it is
SAML v2.0 complained, for more information about ‘PicketLink’ please visit picketlink.org.
Now the requirement is to enable SAML based SSO in JBoss Application Server where IDP is OKTA.
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