[keycloak-user] Commercial/Enterprise/Stable support
jorsol at gmail.com
Fri Sep 25 18:20:30 EDT 2015
Thank you for your comment Bill, now I'm confident in learning how
this project fits my company needs...
On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 4:01 PM, Bill Burke <bburke at redhat.com> wrote:
> The Keycloak project started in June 2013 and has over 3000+ downloads
> per month. Keycloak's SAML support was derived from Picketlink, but
> this PL code was forked and refactored. Feature development will start
> to slow down later this year and we'll start focusing on productization.
> Commercial support will be available sometime in 2016 shortly after EAP
> 7 is released. I can't give you any exact dates.
> I believe PL will still be included and supported in EAP 7, but it will
> be the same version that is in EAP 6 and it will be deprecated. Don't
> quote me on that though.
> On 9/25/2015 4:40 PM, Christian Hebert wrote:
>> Hi !
>> I also would like to hear you guys on that question. We are currently in
>> the process of redesigning the infrastructure supporting our web
>> applications (coming from Glassfish + OpenAM) since Oracle announced
>> that Glassfish would no longer be commercially supported.
>> JBoss EAP + Keycloak is our best solutions so far but we are also a bit
>> worried about the stability / maturity of Keycloak.
>> About Keycloak vs Picketlink, I thought that Keycloak was built on
>> PickletLink like an "out-of-box" production ready product. Am i mistaken ?
>> Thanks !
>> > From: jorsol at gmail.com
>> > Date: Fri, 25 Sep 2015 13:49:19 -0600
>> > To: keycloak-user at lists.jboss.org
>> > Subject: [keycloak-user] Commercial/Enterprise/Stable support
>> > Hi Keycloak community...
>> > Keycloak looks as a really promising project, but what it worry me, is
>> > that as a community project, it takes a ultra-fast development cycle.
>> > From a commercial stand point, it feels that it never finish to
>> > stabilize, if for example I implement in production the version 1.5
>> > and found a bug, it will be fixed until 1.6 is released with probably
>> > more new features and changes in database schema wich can introduce
>> > more bugs...
>> > How can be handled an enviroment that need a more slow but stable
>> > approach, will there be a a "JBoss Keycloak EAP"?, what are the
>> > chances that the project is discontinued (somewhat like Picketlink)?
>> > Is this project apropiate for "Enterprise" use?
>> > cheers,
>> > Jorge Solórzano
>> > http://www.jorsol.com
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