- SAML 2.0 support. Keycloak already supports OpenID Connect, but with this release we’re also introducing support for SAML 2.0. We did this by pulling in and building on top of Picketlink’s SAML libraries.
- Vastly improved clustering support. We’ve also significantly improved our clustering support, for the server and application adapters. The server can now be configured to use an invalidation cache for realm meta-data and user profiles, while user-sessions can be stored in a distributed cache allowing for both increased scalability and availability. Application adapters can be configured for either sticky-session or stateless if sticky-sessions are not available. We’ve also added support for nodes to dynamically register with Keycloak to receive for example logout notifications.
- Adapter multi-tenancy support. Thanks to Juraci Paixão Kröhling we now have multi-tenancy support in application adapters. His contribution makes it easy to use more than one realm for a single application. It’s up to you to decide which realm is used for a request, but this could for example be depending on domain name or context-path. For anyone interested in this feature there’s a simple example that shows how to get started.
- Tomcat 7 Adapter. A while back Davide Ungari contributed a Tomcat 7 application adapter for Keycloak, but we haven’t had time to document, test and make it a supported adapter until now.
November 5, 2014
September 17, 2014
I really want to thank Ron Sigal, Weinan Li, and the rest of the Resteasy community for having my back the last 5 months while I was focused on other things. Thanks for your hard work and patience. 3.0.9.Final is a maintenance release. There are a few minor migration notes you should read before you upgrade, but most applications shouldn’t be affected. We’ll try and do another maintenance release in like 6-8 weeks. Check out resteasy.jboss.org for download links, jira release notes, and documentation.
September 10, 2014
After 1 year of hard work, the team is proud to release our first final 1.0 release of Keycloak. We’ve stabilized our database schemas, improved performance, and refactored our SPIs and you should be good to go! I don’t want to list all the features, but check out our project website at http://keycloak.org for more information. You can find our download links there as well as screen cast tutorials on our documentation page.
Keycloak 1.1 will be our integration release where we start bringing Keycloak to different protocols, projects, and environments. Here’s a priority list of what we’re tackling
- SAML 2.0 – by merging with Picketlink IDP
- Uberfire/BRMS adapter
- Fuse FSW adapter
- EAP 6.x and Wildfly console integration
- Tomcat 7 adapter
- …More planned, but we’ll see how fast we can move before we announce anymore
In parallel, we hope to look into a few new features:
- TOTP Improvements like allowing multiple token generators
- IP Filtering
August 20, 2014
Many bugs fixes and cleanup. Not much for features although we did add a ton of tooltips to the admin console. We’re getting very close to a final release and are still on schedule to release 2nd week on September.
See keycloak.org for links to download and documentation.
March 31, 2014
Ron fixed a few bugs in validation. Netty improvements. A few other bug fixes here and there.
As usual, follow links from jboss.org/resteasy to download and view documentation and release notes.
March 13, 2014
“When I stumbled upon Errai, I was re-introduced to JEE. We had previously explored a variety of backend frameworks, including Spring and most recently Guice. I was instantly amazed and attracted to the simplicity and elegance of JEE – in particular the CDI API. Once I had my JBoss AS 7 environment set up, I was incredibly pleased with how neatly everything just seemed to “work” – REST, Persistence/Transactions, CDI, and how little configuration was required. It almost didn’t seem possible.”
A few years ago, I wrote a blog about how Java EE made a huge comeback over Spring as a development platform. 159 comments later I still get people ranting for or against me on that thread. What was interesting about this particular testimonial is that the developer investigated both Spring and Guice.
“We had previously explored a variety of backend frameworks, including Spring and most recently Guice.”
I still stand by my 2+ year old blog that Java EE made a huge comeback as a web development platform.
December 12, 2013
Resteasy 3.0.6.Final has been released today. This is a maintenance release. Netty 4 JAX-RS 2.0 Async APIs actually work now! As usual, check out http://jboss.org/resteasy for how to download the distro and view documentation.