OAuth 2.0 in Spring Boot Applications
What you'll learn
- OAuth 2.0
- OAuth 2 Authorization Flows
- The New OAuth 2.0 stack in Spring Security 5
- Use OAuth 2.0 in Spring Boot Applications
- Configure OAuth 2.0 Resource Server
- Keycloak Identity and Access Management Solution
- Resource Servers behind API Gateway
- New Spring Authorization Server
- OAuth 2.0 in MVC Web App
- OAuth 2 - Social Login
- Register Resource Servers with Eureka Service Registry
- Knowledge of Java
- Knowledge of Spring Boot
- Knowledge of Spring MVC
This video course is for beginner Java developers who are interested in learning how to secure OAuth 2.0 Resources in Spring Security 5.
The course covers only the new OAuth 2.0 stack in Spring Security 5.
You will learn how to:
Perform each OAuth 2 authorization flow,
PKCE-enhanced authorization code,
Startup and configure the Keycloak server,
Configure OAuth 2 Resource Server,
Startup multiple Resource Servers on random port numbers,
Configure Spring Cloud API Gateway,
Configure and use Eureka Registry and Discovery Service,
Build a simple Spring MVC Web Application that fetches data from a protected Resource Server running behind Spring Cloud API Gateway.
Learn how to refresh an expired JWT Access token,
Learn to implement Scope-base access control,
Learn how to implement Role-based access control,
OAuth social login with Facebook, Google, and Okta accounts,
Implement Keycloak Remote User Authentication(User Storage SPI)
New Spring Authorization Server version 0.2.2
This is a step-by-step video course that explains how to use OAuth 2 from the very beginning. If you do not have experience with OAuth and would like to learn how to use it in Spring Boot Web Applications, then this video course is for you.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Java developer interested to learn OAuth 2.0
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