Single Sign-On

Provide simple and secure access to all your apps

Open-source single sign-on  that developers, customers, and partners will appreciate

Scale

Very large deployments where control of scalability is critical. 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.

Privacy

Multi-tenant cloud-hosted identity services mix your personal data in a shared database with lots of other customers. It also means that secrets, like user passwords and client credentials, are stored in the cloud. By self-hosting a Gluu Server, you know where your personal data resides.  Also, use the UMA protocol to interact with end-users after authentication to gather consent before sharing PII with third parties. This can help your organization comply with GDPR.

Control

The Gluu Server is very flexible. You can add custom code to integrate backend systems at many points in the authentication and authorization workflow.  We don’t waste your time with a fancy workflow GUI.  We define many interfaces, and let you write a little bit of Python or Java code to implement the exact logic you need to get the job done. Plus, Gluu is based on open-source code. You’ll never again be stuck waiting for a vendor to ship some critical new feature.

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Linux Server

You can deploy the Gluu Server on VMs or bare metal. Gluu has packages for Ubuntu, Red Hat, Debian, and Centos. Cluster Manager is a deployment tool that helps you quickly set up a highly available topology of Linux Gluu Servers. 

Cloud Native

Love K8S? The Gluu Cloud Native (“Gluu CN”) distribution is for you.  It’s not just Kubernetes, but Helm and Kustomize too. Use Gluu CN when you need elasticity, zero downtime upgrades, and multi-cloud deployments. 

Solo Cloud

With a cloud-hosted, “single-tenant” service your organization will have access to your own independent server and database–enabling 100% control over your instance, without the IT system “care and feeding” requirements of self-hosted services. You’ll even get SSH access to your server.

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