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Identity relationship managment.

WHAT IS UNITY?

Unity is a complete solution for identity, federation and inter-federation management. Or, looking from a different perspective, it is an extremely flexible authentication service.

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Authentication of web and cloud resources can be outsourced to Unity.

 

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Unity can act as a bridge to a legacy users store.
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Finally Unity can help to integrate 3rd party identity providers with local resources.

 

SIMPLICITY

There are tons of competitive solutions, but we found most of them very difficult to install and maintain.
We try hard to make Unity as user friendly as possible.

EXTENSIBILITY

There is a plethora of authentication protocols, credential systems, IDM solutions and issues related to their coordination. We should be able to seamlessly support most, if not all, of them. Unity is designed to be truly extensible in all places where it makes sense to do so.

SECURITY

We don’t provide inherently insecure solutions in Unity.
No, it is not possible to use MD5 or SHA1 password hashes in the local database.

NEW VERSION IS READY

The release 1.9.4 was published on 15.09.2016
To read more about documentation go to here. Or just get it in here:

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Unity allows its users to enable authentication (or login) to their web services using various protocols, with different configurations for many relaying parties.
The actual authentication can be performed using the built-in, feature-rich users database or can be delegated to one of supported upstream identity providers (IdPs).
The information obtained from upstream IdPs can be flexibly translated and merged with the local database (if needed) and re-exported using other protocols.

NEED MORE INFO?

cropped-favicon.png More general information about Unity can be found in the About page.
cropped-favicon.png Support page provides links to reference documentation as well as additional materials.
cropped-favicon.png Playing with the server is a very good starting point. Unity can be started immediately after downloading and unpacking – only Java JRE is required.

OUR PARTNERS  &  INVOLVED INSTITUTIONS

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