Keycloak: Single Sign-On with Spring Boot & Spring Security. Learn Single Sign-On (SSO) with Keycloak with Java Spring Boot & Spring Security. Learn Identity and Access Management
- Single Sign On (SSO) with Keycloak & Spring Boot
- Keycloak Server
- Authentication & Authorization with Keycloak & Spring Boot
- Basics Of Spring Security & Thymeleaf
Keycloak Single Sign On with Spring Boot & Spring Security Course Requirements
- Need to have basic knowledge of Java Programming Language & Apache Maven
- Need to have basic knowledge of Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA
- Having knowledge of Spring Security & Thymeleaf will be advantage
Keycloak Single Sign On with Spring Boot & Spring Security Course Description
In this course you will learn Keycloak which is an open source software product to allow single sign-on with Identity and Access Management aimed at modern applications.
With Keycloak you can centrally manage all your users at once place along with Roles. From User’s perspective they do not need to login for each application. Login once and access all applications under that organization. That’s why it is called as Single Sign On (SSO).
In this course you will learn Single Sign On (SSO) with Keycloak with Spring Boot & Spring Security. Also you will learn Role based Authorization with Keycloak
First you we will get started with basics of Authentication & Authorization. After that will jump to Keycloak.
To work with Keycloak you need to have basic knowledge of Spring Security & Thymeleaf. If you do not have that then do not worry because I am covering basics of Spring Security & Thymeleaf in this course.
Keycloak provides adapter that we can integrate with Spring Security in our Spring Boot application. That’s what we are going to use in this course. We will be having two Spring Boot apps with which we will implement Single Sign On (SSO).
Keycloak can be configured with several SQL databases and in this course we will use MySQL to be used with Keycloak.
Who this course is for:
- Any Java Developer wants to Single Sign On (SSO) with Spring Boot