Authentication and Authorization in a Cloud and Microservice World

Track: Cloud
Skill Level: Intermediate
Tags: cloud
Abstract

A cloud based, microservice or IoT architecture requires architects and developers to rethink authentication and authorization. It is not feasible to have everyone log in separately for different systems, using a different username and password for each. The goal is to have a single identity that can be authenticated once.

A common approach is to use some sort of single sign-on (SSO) solution. SAML and OpenID Connect both provide capabilities in this area that can be leveraged for the cloud as well as IoT.

This talk will provide you with all you need to reach this goal in all your Java based applications.

Thomas Kruse

Thomas Kruse started to work as a freelance consultant in 1998. Today he is the CEO of trion development GmbH offering services as architect and coach for projects based on Java technology. His main focus lies on Java based web applications, HTML5 web front ends and performance optimization.

In his spare time he is engaged in OpenSource projects and organizes the Java user group in Muenster, Germany.

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