Single Sign-on is an authentication process followed by many organizations for allowing users to access multiple applications with single sign in. Advantages of using Single Sign-on are: Use single credentials which are defined on centralized server.One time login to get access to multiple applications.Single place for user management like – add new user or account, … Continue reading How Single Sign-on Made Easier With SAML & Spring Boot
Do you already have a web-portal running for years and you want to use different social networks to increase user registrations? Can you afford to keep integrating newer social networks and deprecate older ones? Gigya register widget eases all this -- its quick and simple to use!
The best way to scale an application is to split the application business logic into different inter-communicable components. However, authenticating, authorizing and security raise concerns. OAuth comes to the rescue - and like a knight in shining armour - omniauth steals the show. Omniauth is an awesome gem that allows you to authenticate using Open-Id … Continue reading Multiple Applications with Devise, Omniauth and Single Sign On