Dublin Java User Group
Securing web applications with Spring Security SAML
This month, Brian Matthews @bmatthews68, a long time and very experienced Java Architect, will be presenting a session on the Spring Security SAML at the Dublin Java User Group's March meetup.
SAML (security assertion mark-up language) has been around since 2002 when it was announced as an OASIS Standard to define an XML framework for exchanging authentication and authorization information. SAML 2.0 superseded V1 in 2005.
Almost a decade later Spring released Spring Security SAML, and after patching in early 2015 it truly came alive as it enabled web applications to gain access to the full profile information of the user..... securely.
In his presentation Brian, who has a keen interest in identity management, will give an introduction to single sign-on using SAML 2, along with a practical demonstration using Spring Security SAML and Keycloak to secure Spring MVC based web applications.
The action starts at 7:00pm but feel free to come in at 6:15pm to enjoy coffee with our fellow guests!
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