[aerogear-dev] Keycloak user/roles management

Matthias Wessendorf matzew at apache.org
Wed May 21 01:47:19 EDT 2014


yes - the handling is done by Keycloak itself; Last time we looked at user
management, we had the following in terms of roles:


Not sure the names of these roles are great.... let's see

Basically I think the role definition in the gist still addresses most of
what we want to archive:
* super-user: in charge of managing the UPS realm (including users); can
see _ALL_ push applications  (that's the admin in Sebi's gist)
* PushAdmin: Someone that can manage applications and variants, but is not
able to add new users; he also sees only his applications/variants etc
(that's the developer in sebis gist)

The gist also contains a 'Viewer' role - At this point I am not sure we do
really need this. My impression is that if we have PushAdmins for our 1.0.0
community release that will be enough.


On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 10:02 PM, Bruno Oliveira <bruno at abstractj.org>wrote:

> Good morning peeps,
> Before I jump in https://issues.jboss.org/browse/AGPUSH-639. I would
> like to understand what do you guys want say with this issue.
> Currently Keycloak already has its own user/roles managements. What do
> you guys are looking for? Any specific requirements?
> --
> abstractj
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