Implementation and troubleshooting authentication and authorisation protocols
Implementing and troubleshooting authentication and authorisation protocols
As we move into a world of digital transformation where resources are ubiquitously distributed, authentication and authorisation become the primary mechanisms to protect valuable resources. No longer are our environments constrain within our network boundaries, we need to stretch out and embrace disparate systems. These systems may include both providers and consumers of identity.
The key to success is through the efficacious implementation of the appropriate authentication and authorisation protocols to support our ecosystems. Only through a deep understanding of the protocols involved will you be able to validate and troubleshoot your systems.
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25.11.2019 - 29.11.2019
John Craddock, Microsoft MVP
Come on this 5-day masterclass and learn how to work with and troubleshoot:
- OpenID Connect
- OAuth 2.0
- REST API access
- Windows Kerberos authentication and Kerberos Constrained Delegation
The class provides you with a thorough grounding in the different protocols and shows you how to configure, test and troubleshoot. Applications/resources are running on IIS, and although the primary identity provider is Azure AD, you learn how to integrate with other identity providers.
Working with a range of troubleshooting tools including Fiddler, Wireshark, Postman and browser development tools you hone your troubleshooting skills.
If you want to resolve issues quickly, this masterclass is a must. All too often we have seen issues take days to fix whereas with the correct tools and techniques it could have been resolved in minutes. After this class, you are in an exemplary position to dramatically reduce resolution times
09:00 to 17:00 (Central European Time)
Lunch, snacks, coffee and water included
Please note that the course will be held in English!
The training will be held only if a certain number of participants are interested
RealStuff Informatik AG
CH - 3013 Bern
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