The Open Source OpenID Connect framework for .NET Using IdentityServer as your identity provider provides many benefits out of the box. This, combined with its high degree of customizability, makes it the leading OpenID Connect Identity Provider available.
IdentityServer is completely open source with no complex agreements to sign or subscriptions to pay. IdentityServer is developed to the OpenID Connect specification ensuring platform agnostic integration with no implementation specific requirements.
IdentityServer comes with Single Sign On (SSO) out of the box. This is not only a user experience boon, with users only needing to log in to your brand's identity provider, but it also means that you only need to implement your authentication logic once.
Implementing both OpenID Connect and OAuth, IdentityServer can provide security for your sensitive internal resources, delegating and scoping access based on the requesting user or application.
IdentityServer is fully compatible with all mobile devices, with existing libraries available that make Xamarin integration simple, and offer support for Proof-of-Possession tokens.
Rock Solid Knowledge are the European Partners for IdentityServer, working closely with the IdentityServer creators to provide commercial services that can help you create and maintain your own identity solution.
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Identity Server can be used for most modern security needs, but it can also improve and simplify many existing environments or be used for specific use cases.
IdentityServer is a prime candidate for decoupling yourself from the Microsoft stack, opening the door to simple integration with external services and mobile devices.
Leave home grown implementations behind and standardize your identity solution, using up to date specifications written by industry leaders.
IdentityServer can provide centralized authentication and SSO for your SharePoint applications, reducing jarring log in screens.
Simplify company mergers and user migrations by using IdentityServer to combine multiple credential stores into a single identity provider.
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