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February 14, 2022

Keycloak 17 is out - Quarkus is now the default way to go!

Keycloak Version 17 has just been released. The default Keycloak distribution is now Quarkus based, so make sure to find your migration path accordingly and in-time! From the Keycloak Blog Post:

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February 9, 2022

KEYCLOAK Implementing Custom User Storage Provider

Keycloak stores by default the users data in its own database. But you can also connect to other data sources, if you already have some (legacy) stores or simply don’t want to store your users data in Keycloak itself. This is called User Federation - connecting an LDAP/AD server is one example (and it’s already built-in), but you can also implement your custom logic, custom protocol, custom database, etc. to connect to any other system - with a Custom User Storage Provider.

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January 26, 2022

Keycloak Implementing Custom REST Resources

Keycloak has the OIDC authentication endpoints and also the Admin REST API endpoints to manage the server as an administrator (and also the admin UI makes use of this).

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January 12, 2022

Keycloak Custom Required Actions

Keycloak has some built-in and default Required Actions, which are executed upon authentication of a user. Required actions are e.g. update password, update profile or configure otp, etc.

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December 30, 2021

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