, but there is some stuff that is not clear to me.
As I recall, there's Ipsilon and Keycloak. Ipsilon is "dead" and
Keycloak is the way to go, right?
However, Keycloak setup is not trivial, correct? Running CentOS there
is no straightforward way to install and integrate it with a FreeIPA
What is the special sauce for users using a browser on an IPA-joined
system to log in to apps without even seeing a login form? SPNEGO?
I'm using mod_auth_gssapi for some apps, having httpd do the
authentication and forward it through REMOTE_USER, but it doesn't do
the magic. There are some hints on mod_auth_gssapi's docs, but nothing
3) How should you deliver apps?
Suppose you are a web app developer and you want to deliver a web
application which can easily integrate with FreeIPA. What's the most
comfortable option you can give? (assuming, for instance, that you want
the SSO magic sauce). Is there any difference between apps that will
run on the FreeIPA's domain owner's systems or third party apps?
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