SAML is still a big player in enterprise authentication, and so two years ago, Spring Security began porting Spring Security SAML Extensions over to Spring Security proper. Now, Spring Security supports SSO, SLO, and metadata, all using the Spring programming model and following the Spring Security conventions you’ve become familiar with.
Come see how it all works. We’ll start with an unsecured application and integrate with a SAML Identity Provider. We’ll add single-sign-on, single logout, and metadata capabilities. Then we’ll add Spring Authorization Server which will act as a SAML intermediary to allow the individual application to use OAuth—this will simplify our application and also allow it to go native. You won’t want to miss seeing the strength and flexibility that Spring Security gives you to exercise these powerful authentication frameworks.