The Keycloak REST API is a Web service Endpoint that allows you to manage Keycloak using a REST channel. It provides endpoints for creating, updating, and deleting Keycloak entities such as users, groups, clients, roles, and realms. You can use any programming language that supports HTTP requests to interact with the API.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of running Keycloak with Docker, enabling you to streamline authentication and authorization for your applications. We will explore the integration of Keycloak within Docker containers, optimizing the process with Docker Compose for efficient deployment and management of authentication and authorization services.
Creating an admin user in Keycloak is a mandatory step for automating administrative tasks and managing your Keycloak instance. This tutorial will guide you through the process of adding an admin user to Keycloak using the Web Console or environment variables. The default flow to add an Admin User Firstly, when you install a Keycloak … Read more
Keycloak provides a powerful command-line interface (
kcadm.sh) that allows you to interact with the Keycloak server and perform various administrative tasks. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process of adding a new user to your Keycloak realm using the
WildFly 29 introduces the ability to secure WildFly Management Console with KeyCloak OpenID Connect Clients. In this article we will go through the steps you need to configure WildFly elytron-oidc-client subsystem and the Keycloak Realm. By the end of it, you will learn how to secure your WildFly Management Console with Keycloak OpenID Connect.
This article describes how to configure the hostname for the Keycloak server. By default, the hostname is the value of the
hostname option in the Keycloak configuration file. However, you can set a different hostname for the Keycloak server using the
Are you looking to enhance your application’s user authentication process? Configuring social login in Keycloak can provide a seamless and convenient login experience for your users. In this comprehensive tutorial, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of setting up social login in Keycloak, leveraging Google Identity Provider as an example. So let’s get started with this easy-to-follow tutorial on configuring social login in Keycloak.
Throughout this article, we will delve into the best practices for installing and running Keycloak powered by Quarkus, exploring topics such as Keycloak authentication, Keycloak authorization, and secure microservice architecture. By the end, you’ll unlock the potential of Keycloak powered by Quarkus,
Keycloak is an open-source identity and access management solution that supports OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0 protocols. In this tutorial we will learn how to configure a Keycloak Realm and use as OpenID Client an application running on WildFly.
Each user that is stored in Keycloak can store basic Metadata information such as name and email. Besides that, you can store arbitrary user attributes, also called Custom Attributes. In this tutorial, we will show an example application which retrieves User Metadata and Custom Attributes for a Keycloak Realm.