Tuesday, December 12, 2017

keycloak wikipedia

As usual, the fascist side of Wikipedia attracts swarms of wikilosers, in search of a victim to club down to death.

My article on Keycloak has been marked for deletion, so I am saving it here for the benefit of future generations (I know, there is no future, but let's pretend there is)

Keycloak Developer(s) JBoss, a division of Red Hat
Stable release
3.3.0 / October 26, 2017
Written in Java
Type Single sign-on system
License LGPL
Website keycloak.org


Keycloak is a software product from JBoss to allow single sign-on and Identity Management.

Contents

1 Features
2 Components
3 See also
4 References

Features

Among the many features of Keycloak include :

User Registration
Social login
Single Sign-On/Sign-Off across all applications belonging to the same Realm
2-factor authentication
LDAP integration
Kerberos broker
multitenancy with per-realm customizeable skin


Components

There are 2 main components of Keycloak:

Keycloak server
Keycloak application adapter

See also

Single sign-on
OpenSSO
Kerberos (protocol)
Identity management
List of single sign-on implementations

References
Official web site http://www.keycloak.org/
S├ębastien Blanc (June 16, 2017). "Easily Secure Your Spring Boot Applications With Keycloak". dzone.com. https://dzone.com/articles/easily-secure-your-spring-boot-applications-with-k



I swear I will never touch Wikipedia again.








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