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Modern Authentication and Authorization with OIDC and OAuth2

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Modern Authentication and Authorization with OIDC and OAuth2

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Nous avons l'immense plaisir de recevoir Eric Boyd pour cette session (en anglais) sur la sécurisation de vos applications web.

Description de la session:
Are you confused and bogged down by all the identity standards and terminology like OAuth, OAuth2, OpenID, OpenId Connection, SAML, Federation and claims-based security?

Open web standards for authentication, authorization and delegation are very important in our connected, integrated and mobile world. There are demands from both corporate and consumer technology initiatives for single sign-on, integration with external partners, multi-tenancy, identity across application tiers, and authentication with multiple identity providers.

In this session, you will learn what the standards and terminology means, the standards and protocols to use in various scenarios, how to get started with IdentityServer, Azure Active Directory, and how to integrate modern identity standards into your applications, desktop, web, APIs and mobile.

À propos d'Éric
Eric D. Boyd is the Founder and CEO of responsiveX, a Microsoft Azure MVP, a Microsoft Regional Director, a regular conference speaker, and the co-author of Step-by-Step Azure SQL Database from Microsoft Press. He is so passionate about cloud, mobile and modern applications, that he founded responsiveX (www.responsiveX.com), a technology company that helps customers deliver great web, mobile and enterprise apps using the cloud and Azure. Eric launched his technology career almost two decades ago with a web development startup and has served in multiple roles since including developer, consultant, technology executive and business owner. You can find Eric blogging at http://www.EricDBoyd.com and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/EricDBoyd.

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