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We are happy to announce that version 3.4.1 of the Curity Identity Server has been released. The latest version contains performance updates and bug fixes that we believe you will find useful. The main update being the pooling of HTTP Clients, which will increase throughput when connecting to downstream services.
We’re pleased to announce that Curity will be hosting two workshops at Nordic APIs 2019 Austin API Summit on May 13th.
Curity will host both an introductory workshop about OAuth and OpenID Connect in Practice, for those who want to learn about the advanced aspects of OAuth and OpenID Connect.
This year we’re giving a special donation to the Swedish Cancer Society. It is a charity that is very close to our hearts. They do incredibly important work and fund vital cancer research projects.
It’s not too late to give the gift of giving this Christmas. Go to www.cancerfonden.se – or a charity of your choice
On May 14-15, 2019, Nordic APIs are hosting the Austin API Summit in Texas. As supporters of Nordic APIs we’re pleased to announce that we will be at the event. Attendees of the Summit will hear from a long list of API experts as well as Curity’s Travis Spencer, Jacob Ideskog and Daniel Lindau.
More info and tickets are available on the website.
We are happy to announce that version 3.3.0 of the Curity Identity Server has been released. It’s a minor release; but contains several enhancements, fixes and new features that we believe you will find useful.
In a recent customer story, Anu Shahi from First Utility talks about how Curity has helped the organization to implement a versatile and modern identity and security mechanism, which supports multi-factor authentication, linking of various types of user accounts, Single Sign On (SSO) as well as user self-service actions.