OSIAM is a secure identity management solution providing REST based services for authentication and authorization. We achieve this by implementing two important open standards:
OSIAM is published under the MIT licence, giving you the greatest freedom possible to utilize OSIAM in you project or product. Watch our blog to stay informed about releases and upcoming changes.
- Single app with OSIAM as free backing store for users and groups and local auth service.
- Distributed app with OSIAM as central identity store and auth service.
- Publish your app’s API with OSIAM as auth service for 3rd-parties and allow safe access to your user’s data.
Download the latest version of OSIAM:
curl -L https://dl.bintray.com/osiam/downloads/osiam/3.0/osiam-3.0.war -o osiam.war
.war file executable:
chmod +x osiam.war
After some seconds, OSIAM should be fully running. You can now retrieve your first access token:
curl -H "Authorization: Basic ZXhhbXBsZS1jbGllbnQ6c2VjcmV0" -X POST -d "grant_type=client_credentials&scope=ADMIN" http://localhost:8080/oauth/token
You can now start to setup OSIAM, by changing the administrator’s password and add your own OAuth client. Please see the Installation and Configuration Manual for details.
Learn how to install and configure OSIAM for production in the documentation.
osiamhandles the authentication and authorization based on OAuth 2.0 and holds the SCIM based user data
addon-self-administrationprovides account management self-service as a web application
addon-administrationlets you administer users and groups via a web application
Every visual aspect of OSIAM’s components can be easily customized by supplying your own templates, stylesheets and scripts to make OSIAM integrate seamlessly with your application. Read the customization guide to learn more.
To use the latest snapshot of OSIAM just download it from JFrog OSS: https://oss.jfrog.org/repo/org/osiam/osiam/latest-SNAPSHOT/
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the latest WAR file.
Please report issues, bugs and feature requests via [the issue tracker] (https://github.com/osiam/osiam/issues).
Help is very appreciated. Please read the contributors guide to learn how to get started.