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In part three of this series, we are going to look at Realm configuration. Realms in Keycloak secure and manage metadata for a set of users and clients. This allows you to set specific users or clients to realms, which gives you greater flexibility in your configuration. One might have separate real...

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This is a placeholder post to replace a post from my old blog platform which has been deleted. I will see if I can recover the post.

The basic concept of setting up an external cache in front of exchange is to find a VPS provider which allows you to receive mail on port 25, get a VPS, and setup po...

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In part two of this series, we are going to look at setting up a standalone-ha deployment of Keycloak on two CentOS 7 servers.

There are three different deployment types for Keycloak, Standalone, Standalone-HA, and Domain Clustered. Standalone deployments are single servers, this is good for a dev...

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In this series, we will take a look at Keycloak, an open-source single sign on solution similar to Microsoft's ADFS product.

In this first part, we will take a brief look at what SSO and Keycloak are, and why they are used.

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