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Federated identity allows authorized users to access multiple applications and domains using a single set of credentials.
The Gluu Server includes software that implements open web standards for authentication, authorization, federated identity, and identity management: OAuth 2.0. SAML 2.0. OpenID Connect.
With Gluu, SSO is maintained simultaneously across OpenID and SAML websites.
The Gluu Server uses a component called Passport.js to enable social login. With over 300 existing "strategies", Passport provides a crowd-sourced approach to offering your users social login at popular consumer IDPs.
Gluu Casa includes passwordless identity which is bound to a public-private key pair that acts as the primary credential for user authentication.
Gluu Casa offers a self-service portal for enrollment and management of multiple types of strong authentication including FIDO, SMS OTP, Google Authenticator, and OTP devices.
Create a profile for each user, which includes information such as the user’s geographical location, registered devices, and roles. When someone tries to authenticate, the request is evaluated and assigned a risk score which may request additional credentials.
The Gluu Server is an OAuth Authorization Server (“AS”), one of the important components of any API access management infrastructure. The AS authenticates clients and issues access tokens.
Casa Plugins gives organizations the ability to offer end-users control over social login accounts, trusted devices, which apps have access to their personal data, and more.
With Gluu’s cloud-native distribution, you can scale out by adding more servers–automatically on the fly. No matter what your performance requirements are, the Gluu Server can handle it. Gluu is the only identity platform that can take advantage of Couchbase’s next-generation persistence capabilities.
Gluu Flex uses the Janssen Config API uses Weld, the reference implementation of CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform – a JCP standard for dependency injection and contextual lifecycle management.
When you create your Gluu Solo single-tenant environment, you select the region where you want your data to reside to meet data residency compliance requirements while letting you place data as close to your users as possible. Gluu Solo uses Google Cloud Platform (GCP) pre-configured ranges of IP addresses per region.
The Consent Management plugin gives end-users the ability to view and revoke previously granted authorizations provided to applications accessed with their account in a Gluu Server.
With the Gluu Server, you can connect and modernize legacy data sources. The Gluu Server can be deployed with the Shibboleth IDP, which supports most of the CAS protocol v2 specifications, including attribute release and CAS proxy support.