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In recent years David has worked on this problem in several independent projects, and this talk will draw on his learnings within the topic of authenticating end-users. David will describe, compare and evaluate several authentication options from the perspective of how secure they are and how well they comply with the qualities of a well-designed microservice system. You will leave the talk with suggested evaluation criteria and guidance for implementation based on their use cases.
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A Comparison of Authentication Options within Microservice Systems
David is a software developer with ~8 years of experience working with Java applications, with OpenCredo since 2013. In the past few years he's worked on microservice-style systems delivered for various clients; using open-source technologies.