[aerogear-dev] SAML in Client libraries
daniel.bevenius at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 23:54:01 EDT 2015
+1 Sounds good
On 24 August 2015 at 20:19, Summers Pittman <supittma at redhat.com> wrote:
> So abstractj, corinnekrych, edewit, and I spoke this morning about adding
> SAML support to the AeroGear client libraries. This lead to a few
> 1 ) Mobile doesn't do SAML well (it is an OAuth 2 world)
> 2 ) SAML is VERY hard to set up and integrate with. (Multiple servers need
> to exchange XML Metadata)
> 3 ) SAML was designed for hosted web applications, not for the RESTful
> service web. (You need at least two servers to have an application use
> 4 ) There aren't many widely used SAML libraries for mobile.
> From these observations we made the follow decisions.
> 1 ) We will extend the authorization libraries to include some kind of
> solution for SAML. This will probably rely on a WebView and some form of
> service broker to manage the authorization tokens. Passport-saml and
> KeyCloak both seem to have abilities in this area and we will begin our
> investigation there.
> 2) We will create a docker image which will be a turn key SAML server to
> test integration with. Right now we are looking at using Shibboleth for
> our service provider and identity provider. Keycloak will be used for
> communicating with the AG-SAML libraries initially. Our goal, as always,
> is to make our libraries as portable as possible.
> 3 ) We will provide some kind of server technology/integration plan to
> serve as a template for adding mobile to existing SAML protected
> applications. This will be at the least documentation on aerogear.org
> and at the most a docker app based on shibboleth's SAML server.
> 4 ) We will build some demo applications to showcase integrating with a
> SAML provider. Because SAML requires configuration on both the client and
> ID servers our demo may have to be specific to services we can access or
> host. SAML makes the workflows to enable OAuth support look like child's
> What do you guys think?
> PS Stay tuned for links to JIRAs
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