Set up your instance of Red Hat’s single sign-on technology on the Red Hat OpenShift API Management Developer Sandbox
Note → These steps are applicable only if you are using the OpenShift API Management Developer Sandbox. If you have a Red Hat OpenShift API Management subscription and followed the steps in Part 1, you have already launched Red Hat’s single sign-on (SSO) technology and can skip this step.
Follow these steps to set up Red Hat’s SSO in the OpenShift API Management Developer Sandbox:
- From the developer perspective, choose the <username>-stage project.
- Click the +Add menu on the left and choose Developer Catalog→All services.
- Search for Red Hat Single Sign-on PostgreSql (Figure 2).
- Choose the latest version, which at the time of this writing is 7.5, and choose Instantiate Template (Figure 3).
- Choose admin for both RH-SSO Administrator Username and RH-SSO Administrator Password, because this is just a demo (Figure 4).
- Click Create at the bottom of the Instantiate Template page.
- Wait till both the sso and sso-postgresql pods are running, indicated by a dark blue circle (Figure 5).
- Click on the external URL icon shown at the top right point corner of the sso pod. This action launches Red Hat’s single sign-on console. Login into the administration console using the username and password from step 5.
Note: If you did not choose a username and password when instantiating SSO, you can fetch them from the environment variables of the sso deployment configuration (Figure 5).