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WSO2 Identity Server for Developers - Fundamentals

This course is currently not scheduled on the open calendar, but can be organized on request.

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Duration

2 day(s)

Audience

This program is intended for IT professionals with experience in securing ICT systems and integration solutions, or professionals with a strong interest in this area.

Prerequisites

Participants should have a basic understanding of SOA, particularly on web services and related standards (SOAP, WSDL, XML), as well as concepts like REST and HTTP. They should have basic programming experience and have a basic understanding of message-oriented middleware and the typical security challenges one typically faces in distributed (service-oriented) environments. No specific WSO2 knowledge is required, though it is preferable for participants to be acquainted with ESB principles.

Objectives

At the end of this course, attendees will be able to secure enterprise IT assets using a wide range of common security standards using WSO2 Identity Server, and integrate with external identity providers.

Methods

Instructor-led workshop with practical exercices.

Description

WSO2 Identity Server provides security and identity management of enterprise web applications, services, and APIs. Identity Server acts as an Enterprise Identity Bus (EIB) — a central backbone to connect and manage multiple identities regardless of the standards on which they are based. In addition to using role-based access control (RBAC) convention, fine-grained policy based access control, and SSO bridging to make identity and entitlement management effortless,Identity Server includes features such as identity token transformation and mediation for seamless integration between internal applications and cloud apps such as Salesforce, Google Apps, and Microsoft Office 365; new user and group provisioning capabilities; and multi-option and multi-step authentication to provide flexibility in selecting authentication options and enable robust multi-factor authentication.

In addition to using role-based access control (RBAC) convention, fine-grained policy based access control, and SSO bridging to make identity and entitlement management effortless,Identity Server includes features such as identity token transformation and mediation for seamless integration between internal applications and cloud apps such as Salesforce, Google Apps, and Microsoft Office 365; new user and group provisioning capabilities; and multi-option and multi-step authentication to provide flexibility in selecting authentication options and enable robust multi-factor authentication.

Contents

  • Day 1
    • introduction to WSO2 Identity Server
    • getting started with WSO2 Identity Server
    • user management (LDAP, JDBC)
    • identity provisioning (SCIM)
    • API security (OAuth2)
  • Day 2
    • RBAC and ABAC access controlling (XACML)
    • identity federation and single sign-on (SAML2, OpenID, WS-Federation)