Who should attend
System Administrators responsible for administering Red Hat Single Sign-On servers.
- is recommended but not required
- Experience with writing web based applications using Node.js, HTML5, Quarkus, or Java EE/Jakarta EE is recommended but not required.
Impact on the organization
This course is intended to develop the skills needed to configure authentication and authorization for applications using single sign-on standards like OIDC and OAuth, resulting in improved security and simplified authentication and authorization.
Impact of the individual
As a result of attending this course, students will understand how to use Red Hat Single Sign-On to configure, manage, and troubleshoot authentication and authorization security policies for business-critical applications.
Students will learn how to install, configure and manage an instance of Red Hat Single Sign-On on bare metal, virtual machines and OpenShift, and configure authentication and authorization security policies for applications.
Red Hat Single Sign-On Administration (DO313) is designed for system administrators who want to install, configure and manage Red Hat Single Sign-On servers for securing applications. Learn about the different ways to authenticate and authorize applications using single sign-on standards like OAuth and OpenID Connect (OIDC). You will also learn how to install and configure Red Hat SIngle Sign-On on the OpenShift Container Platform. This course is based on Red Hat Single Sign-On version 7.6.
Course content summary
- Installing Red Hat Single Sign-On on virtual machines and on OpenShift Container Platform
- Authenticating and authorizing applications using OAuth and OIDC
- Configuring Identity Brokering and user identity federation from external systems
- Configuring password policies