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Title: Servicios de identidad federada en el ámbito empresarial
Author: Ruiz Torres, Rubén
Director: García Font, Víctor
Tutor: Méndez Muñoz, Víctor
Keywords: distributed systems
federated identity
digital identity
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Federated identity services allow users to identify themselves in different services using both the same credentials and the same identity provider. In a corporate environment, where the identification and authorization of users and of the applications included in a company's ecosystem must be especially reliable and secure, private federated identity services are typically used. In this study we analyze several possible solutions regarding the implementation of private federated identity services in a corporate environment, including several standards used to provide federated identity services such as SAML, CAS and OpenID Connect and several identity providers such as Keycloak, Apereo CAS and OpenAM, as well as the Java programming frameworks Spring, Play and Quarkus. We have likewise developed a prototype intended to allow us to study how one of these solutions works in each of the aforementioned frameworks within the simulated context of a company's application ecosystem, which includes a holiday manager application, an order generating application and an order report generating microservice.
Language: Spanish
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