Getting Started

Getting Started


1. Installation

Pick your platform below:

Run Curity LocallyRun Curity using DockerRun Curity in AWSRun Curity using helmRun Curity in AzureRun Curity in GCP

2. First Configuration

Once the Curity Identity Server has been installed, the next step is to configure it for the first time. In this tutorial we walk you through the basic configuration.

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3. Set up a Username Authenticator

Next, you need to set up authenticators. The most common login method is username and password. In this tutorial we show you how to set up a username and password authenticator.

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4. Configure your first OAuth Client

You have completed the basic configuration and set up a username authenticator. Next it is time to create a client.

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5. Test your set-up

There are several options for testing. Choose your preferred method below.

OAuth Tools

OAuth tools is great for testing different OAuth flows.

OAuth Assistant

Use the example app bundled in the OAuth Assistant library to test various OAuth flows.


Here we show you how to use cURL together with a browser to test a code flow.

Once you are up and running



You have a basic installation and are off to a good start. Next you may want to expand your configuration. Our how-to section includes guides and tutorials walking you through a multitude of common use cases.

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Code examples

Code examples

We have created a library of sample code for SDK components, integrations and APIs to enable you to expand your Curity Identity Server set-up.

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