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Self-Service User Registration with Gloo Portal and Okta

Gloo Portal allows users to catalog, manage and securely publish running APIs to onboard developers both inside and outside your organization. And of course, all of this is delivered with a cloud-native architecture that fits hand-in-glove with your Kubernetes and Istio deployments. Gloo Portal users often ask if there is a way to configure self-service registration […]

Jim Barton | April 23, 2021
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Securing Your APIs with Gloo Edge and Auth0

  Gloo Edge is a cloud-native API Gateway and Ingress Controller built on Envoy Proxy to facilitate and secure application traffic at the edge.  Enterprise users of Gloo Edge commonly want to delegate authentication decisions to an Identity Management Provider based on the popular OpenID Connect (OIDC) standard. Auth0 is one of the most popular […]

Jim Barton | March 14, 2021
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Advanced Authentication Workflows with OpenID Connect using Gloo API Gateway – Part 2

In the previous Blog post, we covered how Gloo can be used to authenticate users with OIDC and how it can process the JWT token returned by the identity provider. The JWT token was stored as a cookie in the web browser and sent with each HTTP request as a header. We configured Gloo to […]

Denis Jannot | November 9, 2020
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[Tutorial] Securing APIs with OIDC Using Keycloak

API Gateways act as a control point between external clients (or end users) and your backend application services to make the connection, set policies around how much traffic should be accepted at any given time, to gracefully handle system failures, and to secure the environment and connection.  Authentication is one of the ways to protect […]

Adam Sayah | September 3, 2020
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5 minutes with Gloo — OIDC

Configuring Gloo and Envoy to use OIDC (OpenID Connect) In this series of Blogs titled ‘5 minutes with Gloo’, we’ll introduce some of the Gloo and Gloo Enterprise functionality in a summarized form. It should only take you 5 minutes to understand the feature we’re presenting, and if you’re willing to try it yourself, it […] Engineering | March 15, 2019
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