Curious about Using Wildfly for Microservices Authentication?
Learn Why and How to Use It for Mutual TLS Authentication
A key step in securing microservices is ensuring proof of identity. The technology you choose to provide this key function can save you significant time in development and long-term application management — or drive up complexity and inefficiency.
Wildfly, a popular open-source technology, includes a feature that can facilitate proof of identity with zero application-level configuration. Download this white paper, Secure Your Container-Based Microservices with Client Certificate Authentication, to save time and boost the security of your applications by learning:
- About your options for microservices authentication, including Mutual Transport Layer Security (Mutual TLS), Transport Layer Security (TLS), or JSON Web Tokens (JWT).
- When it can be advantageous to use Mutual TLS for client certificate authentication instead of TLS or JWT.
- A step-by-step tutorial for implementing Mutual TLS authentication.
- How to manage certificates with Wildfly Elytron Client SSL Contexts.