How-tos

Setting Up OAuth Authorization Servers with Cloudentity

OAuth authorization servers built into Cloudentity workspaces are one of the core Cloudentity authorization service features. Learn how you can set up one for your applications, services, and APIs!

Key Concepts

Set Up Authorization Server with Cloudentity

Setting up authorization servers has never been easier so let’s do it together! It’s just three short steps away.

  1. Register for a free Cloudentity tenant.

  2. Login to your tenant.

  3. Launch B2B CIAM DEMO workspace.

Launch B2B CIAM DEMO workspace

Your Authorization Server is Up and Running

Congrats! The authorization server is ready to be used. You can either configure it or start integrating with the authorization server APIs right away.

Cloudentity comes with an OAuth authorization server built-in to every workspace. This means that you can easily set up a secure, scalable authorization server with just a few clicks. You can spin up as many workspaces as you wish and each of them will have its own authorization server instance. Depending on the workspace profile you choose, the authorization server can comply, for example, with a specific Open Banking specification out-of-the-box. This provides greater flexibility and allows you to easily manage access to your resources across multiple services and applications. Additionally, Cloudentity supports many OAuth and OIDC Open Standards and is certified in different conformance profiles so you can easily adjust the authorization server’s configuration to match your business requirements.

Next Steps

Updated: Dec 12, 2022