Its great that we can now support OAuth2! I can see us using that in
Does this somehow enable integration with Keycloak  or Ipsilon  ?
On 24 November 2015 at 23:39, Alon Bar-Lev <alonbl(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We have merged SSO patchset into master.
These kind of deep infra changes are non trivial, we hope we reduced most of the side
effects within the 171 revisions and testing.
Thanks for Ravi Nori for his great effort!
The SSO is based on OAuth2 specification, full description is available, it is a
stable supported interface of engine.
In a nut shell, the major change is that login dialog is now handled by a separate non
gwt webapp, this webapp provides authentication and authorization services to other
The immediate bonus is: no need to re-authenticate to user portal and/or admin portal,
maybe soon we integrate reports.
Performance bonus: if using spnego (kerberos) there is no performance penalty (double
Usability bonus: support many authentication sequences we were unable to provide using
the previous implementation.
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