Keyrock - Identity Management


Identity Management covers a number of aspects involving users' access to networks, services and applications, including secure and private authentication from users to devices, networks and services, authorization & trust management, user profile management, privacy-preserving disposition of personal data, Single Sign-On (SSO) to service domains and Identity Federation towards applications.

The Identity Manager is the central component that provides a bridge between IdM systems at connectivity-level and application-level. Furthermore, Identity Management is used for authorising foreign services to access personal data stored in a secure environment. Hereby usually the owner of the data must give consent to access the data; the consent-giving procedure also implies certain user authentication.


Academy Courses

Lesson 1. Introduction

This lesson is an introduction of the functionalities that Keyrock offers you and an overview of how this course is structured.

Lesson 2. Keyrock overview. Accounts and organizations.

In this lesson you will learn how to manage accounts and organizations in Keyrock.

Lesson 3. Applications. How to create OAuth2 tokens.

In this lesson you will learn how to manage applications and how to create OAuth2 tokens with Keyrock.

Lesson 4. How to authorize users in your Cloud organization

In this lesson you will learn how to authorize other users inside your organization in order to allow them to access your cloud resources.

Lesson 5. Installing Keyrock in your own infrastructure

In this lesson you will learn how to install the GE in your own infrastructure.

Lesson 6. How to register your sensors in account portal

In this lesson you will learn how to register IoT sensors in your FIWARE Lab applications

Lesson 7. Adding Identity Manager and Access Control

End-to-end example for IdM and Access Control. Training at Madrid Developers Week 2015.

Step-by-Step Tutorials

Use of the Keyrock Identity Manager is described in the following step-by-step tutorials: