On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 3:40 PM, Egor Kolesnikov <egor.kolesnikov@fastlane-it.com> wrote:

Hi Matthias

 

That’s correct – we are already using Keycloak to secure our RESTful APIs for mobile and web client access. Not that having separate installation for exclusive Aerogear is a dealbreaker, but it would re-introduce the problem Keycloak was supposed to solve in the first place J


fully understand! But we, initially, felt like limiting a bit. that said, we are flexible and there might be a chance to have this changed 
 

 

I can see that UpsSecurityApplication class kills off Keycloak admin user in master realm – would it break anything if I disabled this feature and started using Aerogear-supplied Keycloak for other purposes on separate realms?


I don't think so (not tested). I recall we did this mainly to avoid adding new realms
 

 

Our use case is mobile app (iOS+android), backend and AngularJS-based web frontend and so far Keycloak fits our purpose like a glove. Now that we’re adding Push notification support, Aerogear appears to be quite logical choice.



sounds great!
 

 

Thanks

Egor

 

From: aerogear-dev-bounces@lists.jboss.org [mailto:aerogear-dev-bounces@lists.jboss.org] On Behalf Of Matthias Wessendorf
Sent: Tuesday, 14 October 2014 12:29 AM
To: AeroGear Developer Mailing List
Subject: Re: [aerogear-dev] Using existing Keycloak installation with Aerogear

 

Hi,

 

for the UnifiedPush Server the initial integration case was to function only for the need of the AeroGear UnifiedPush server.

 

So, looks like, you'd appreciate a bit more flexibility, to basically use the auth-server for other apps as well ?

 

 

 

On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 3:18 PM, ekolesnikov <ek@fastlane-it.com> wrote:

Hi,

Apologies for writing straight into DEV forums - I was unable to locate
"aerogear-users" mailing list anywhere. Please feel free to point me to the
right direction if this mailing list is inappropriate for questions like
this.

Is it possible to use/integrate Aerogear with existing Keycloak
installation? We are already using Keycloak for all things auth in our
application and have found ourselves in the situation where we potentially
have to manage separate infrastructure - which makes the whole point of
using Keycloak a bit irrelevant.

As an alternative, we could consider using Keycloak supplied with with
Aerogear - unfortunately, it looks like Aerogear has disabled Keycloak
option to create additional realms.

I would really appreciate it if you could share your thought on this.

Thanks
Egor



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