Keycloak 1.0.2.Final released

This is a maintenance release and contains only bug fixes and one minor security fix.

For full details look in JIRA

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Keycloak 1.0.1 Final Released

We’re releasing a few minor fixes and improvements before we start work on SAML and Clustering.

As usual go to keycloak.org to download the release, and have a look at jira for the complete list of fixes and improvements.

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Keycloak 1.0 Final Released

After 1 year of hard work, the team is proud to release our first final 1.0 release of Keycloak.  We’ve stabilized our database schemas, improved performance, and refactored our SPIs and you should be good to go!  I don’t want to list all the features, but check out our project website at http://keycloak.org for more information.  You can find our download links there as well as screen cast tutorials on our documentation page.

What’s Next?

Keycloak 1.1 will be our integration release where we start bringing Keycloak to different protocols, projects, and environments.  Here’s a priority list of what we’re tackling

  • SAML 2.0 – by merging with Picketlink IDP
  • Uberfire/BRMS adapter
  • Fuse FSW adapter
  • EAP 6.x and Wildfly console integration
  • Tomcat 7 adapter
  • …More planned, but we’ll see how fast we can move before we announce anymore

In parallel, we hope to look into a few new features:

  • Internationalization
  • TOTP Improvements like allowing multiple token generators
  • IP Filtering
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Keycloak 1.0 RC 2 Released

This will be the last release candidate before we release 1.0 final in just two weeks! So, there’s no new exiting features in this release, only a few bug fixes.

Go grab it from keycloak.org now!

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Keycloak 1.0 RC 1 Released

Many bugs fixes and cleanup.  Not much for features although we did add a ton of tooltips to the admin console.  We’re getting very close to a final release and are still on schedule to release 2nd week on September.

See keycloak.org for links to download and documentation.

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Keycloak Beta 4 Released

After a summer of multiple vacations from various team members, we’re finally ready to release Keycloak 1.0 Beta 4.  There’s not a lot of new features in the release because we focused mainly on performance, creating new SPIs, refactoring code, improving usability, and lastly fixing bugs. 64 issues completed.  As usually go to the main keycloak.org page to find download links and to browse our documentation, release notes, or view our screencast tutorials.  Here are some of the highlights of the release:

  • Server side memory cache for all UI pages.
  • Cache-control settings for UI pages
  • Server side cache for all backend metadata: realms, applications, and users.
  • In-memory implementation for user sessions
  • New Federation SPI.  Gives you a lot of flexibility to federation external stores into Keycloak
  • Improved LDAP/Active Directory support
  • Token validation REST API
  • Support for HttpServletRequest.logout()
  • Lots and lots of bugs fixes and minor improvements

You should see a big performance increase with this release as everything is cachable in memory and the database can be fully bypassed.

1.0 Final is on the way!

What’s next for Keycloak?  This month we will be focusing on resolving the remaining issues logged in Jira, improving our test coverage, and updating our documentation and screencasts.  No new major features.  We’ll have a RC release around 3rd week of August, then our first Final release 2nd week of September!

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Keycloak Beta 3 Released

Mostly a bunch of bug fixes that we needed to push out for users.  We’re still pretty focused on performance and hope that Beta 4 will allow Keycloak to run in a cluster with some caching capabilities.  See keycloak.org for links on downloading, docs, and jira release notes.

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