Tuesday, September 2, 2014
My colleague, Simon Moffat has written a nice introductory article on some of the new features in OpenIG 3.0.
I like to describe OpenIG as the Swiss Army knife of identity proxy servers. It can perform arbitrary transformations on HTTP requests and broker them to a number of backend services.
If you want a "ready to run" sample OpenIG project that demonstrates the new OpenID Connect filter have a look at example1 in https://github.com/wstrange/openig_examples
Hopefully the README.md cleary explains how this all works, but if not, drop me a note and I will improve the documentation.
If you have any OpenIG samples that you would like to share please feel free to send a pull request.