Have Confidence in Your Authentication Service With Keystone.
What you’ll get
Based on OpenStack identity service, Keystone, our identity authentication service gives you peace of mind when it comes to the security and privacy of your data. Our reliable and user-friendly identity authentication service is ideal for authentication, policy management, and catalog services.
Authenticate Cloud Services and Existing Applications
Take advantage of Keystone’s vendor agnostic authentication capabilities for all your cloud services as well as your existing applications.
One Credential For All
With Keystone’s advanced one-step authentication process, you can forget about logging yourself into each individual service and application.
Regardless of its OpenStack origins, Keystone will work with any of your existing applications, ensuring that vendor related limitations are a thing of the past.
LDAP and SSO Integration
Keystone’s integration possibilities include manually connecting LDAP and SSO.
Users can manually integrate their existing LDAP directory with Keystone to fully reap the benefits of its authentication security.
Keystone also makes it possible for users to make the most of their SSO and further streamline the single-step authentication process through manual integration.
Minimize the risk of user credential exposure with Keystone’s application credentials.
Easily Authenticate Applications
By creating application credentials, users enable their applications to authenticate to Keystone, meaning they can also delegate a portion of their role assignments.
Secrets Stay Secret
As opposed to each user’s credentials being kept within the system config files, Keystone employs application credentials which only use the ID and a secret string.
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