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Learn how to secure OpenShift applications with IBM Cloud App ID. Explore modern user & microservice security for Cloud Native applications run on Red Hat OpenShift.

Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to:

- Secure a web app that provides the user interface through the web browser & leverages externalize Authentication services based on IBM Cloud App ID OpenID Connect (OIDC) services. Specifically, the web app leverages the OIDC Authorization Grant Type.

- Build a Java microservice that implements the Backend-for-frontend (BFF) pattern. The BFF & OIDC integration are implemented by using the Spring Boot framework & Spring Security related frameworks. The BFF microservice is packaged as a container leveraging Eclipse JKube automatic source-to-image & deployed to Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud.

- The Java Resource microservices returns a simple message. The microservice is implemented by using the Spring Boot framework & Spring Security related frameworks. The resource microservice is packaged as a container leveraging Eclipse JKube automatic source-to-image & deployed to Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud.

- Enable microservice-to-microservice security between the BFF & Resource microservice leverages the OIDC JSON Web Tokens (JWT) & the Java Web KeySet (JWKS) Public Keys.

 
 
 
 
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