Red Hat Single Sign On Primary Use Case

Sunil Mathias
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have our suite of applications and are using this product to integrate with most of the enterprise solutions or the identity providers solutions for authentication. Therefore, we are using it for authentication and single sign-on. For example, we are using the OpenID Connect protocol for authentication and receiving identity tokens from solutions. We wanted to test a single sign-on solution, which we can build up on, then later possibly provide as a solution to our customers. We started off with the community edition for our own uses. The community edition has an open source community, and the product over there is named Keycloak. We started off using the 3.4.3 version, then we went for the paid subscription. That is when we bought the Red Hat Single Sign On version 7.2. Version 7.2 has been enough for us as a single sign-on product. View full review »
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