OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials Flow is a common pattern used in microservices architecture for a federated identity model which nicely decouples the authentication domain from the business domain.
OpenID Connect (OIDC)
In my earlier post on OAuth 2.0, we looked at how OAuth framework is meant to be used for delegated access. The framework is meant to provide a universally standard process by which client applications can gain access to a protected resource with a pre-defined authorization scope. The client application can access the resource without … Continue reading OpenID Connect (OIDC)