We’re pleased to announce that Curity Identity Server is now available on Docker hub. With pre-built Docker images for every new release, it will be even easier for those using Docker to get started and to manage the Curity Identity Server.
We’re excited to support NGINX Conf 2019. Curity will join the conference in Seattle on September 10 & 11 as a sponsor, and you will also hear talk from Curity’s Travis Spencer.
On Monday 21st October, Curity will be hosting two OAuth and OpenID Connect workshops at Nordic APIs 2019 Platform Summit in Stockholm. We will run one introductory and one advanced workshop focusing on the OAuth and OpenID Connect protocols.
We are happy to announce that version 4.2 of the Curity Identity Server has been released. It contains several enhancements, fixes and new features that we believe you will find useful. Read on for a summary and highlight of what’s new.
Curity are pleased to once again join the GOTO Copenhagen conference. On Tuesday 19th November, Curity identity specialist Jacob Ideskog will host a talk on using OAuth tokens as your identity API.
In a recent customer story, Matt Jenks, CTO at Griffin Group Global talks about how Curity has helped them establish a microservices oriented architecture. Allowing them to handle the multitude of client infrastructures they encounter, assure customer privacy and anonymity using standards-based techniques.