LibraryIdentity & Access Management


WSO2 Identity Server supports SAML authentication and single sign-on capabilities where it can be used as the identity provider for a relying party application (service provider). This blog post will focus on how you can retrieve user claims in SAML response with service provider claim configuration in WSO2 IS.



[Article] Six Business Benefits of Identity and Access Management

Identity and access management (IAM) is no longer just about managing employees but also encompasses customers, partners, suppliers, and devices. It enables you to provide a seamless experience to all users of your system while making sure that security is the highest priority.

[Article] Introduction to Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0

What is SAML and how it works

Since SAML is an open standard, you do not face vendor locking when using it for SSO. Simply put, with SAML, a user can login to one system in an environment, and then will be able access to other systems in that environment without needing to login again (until the web browser session is ended).

[Article] Introducing WSO2 Identity Server Authentication Analytics

WSO2 Identity Server 5.2 comes with a host of new features of which analytics is a key highlight. In the first version of identity server analytics, we include authentication analytics, i.e. login and session data analytics. This article will provide an introduction to WSO2 IS analytics and explain the benefits and uses of this feature.

[Article] Use Case: Building a Secure Identity Framework with WSO2 Identity Server

An organization often deals with different types of identities, such as customers, partners, employees from subsidiaries, and even an open-source community in the case of tech companies. This use case will focus on how you can use WSO2 Identity Server to build a secure identity and access management framework.