Implement an Authorization Server

This free project is part of the Spring Security and OAuth2 for Microservices bundle.
prerequisites
uth 2 app roles • basic Spring Security • Grant types
skills learned
implement a Spring Boot service that takes the role of an authorization server in an OAuth 2 system • implement an authorization to issue signed JSON Web Tokens • implement a server’s user and client management
Laurentiu Spilca
1 week · 8-12 hours per week · INTERMEDIATE
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In this liveProject, you will implement an authorization server to authenticate users and issue JSON Web Tokens signed with a configured key. You'll use a Spring Boot service to take the role of an authorization server in an OAuth 2 system, set up storage for user and client details, and ensure user details persist in a secure way. Finally, you’ll write and conduct integration tests to make sure your system is secure and bug-free.

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Laurentiu Spilca
Laurentiu Spilca is a dedicated development lead and trainer at Endava, where he leads and consults on multiple projects from various locations in Europe, Asia, and the U.S. Laurentiu believes it's essential to not only deliver high-quality software but to also share knowledge and help others to up-skill, which has driven him to design and teach courses related to Java technologies and deliver presentations and workshops. He is the author of Spring Security in Action and Spring Quickly.

prerequisites

This liveProject is for intermediate Java developers familiar with Spring and Spring Security. To begin this liveProject you need to be familiar with the following tools, technologies, and techniques.

TOOLS
  • OAuth 2 app roles
  • Spring Security basic contracts such as UserDetailsService
  • PasswordEncoder,and GrantedAuthority
  • SQL queries for CRUD operations
  • Postman or cURL for endpoint testing
TECHNIQUES
  • Authorization code, password, client credentials, and refresh token grant types
  • Unit and integration testing

you will learn

In this liveProject, you’ll master essential skills for securing Java-based microservices architectures.

  • Implement a Spring Boot service that takes the role of an authorization server in an OAuth 2 system
  • Implement the capability of the authorization server that allows it to issue signed JSON Web tokens
  • Implement a server’s user management to store the user details in a database
  • Implement a server’s client management to store the client details in a database
  • Persist users’ passwords and clients’ secrets in a secure way
  • Write integration tests for the authorization server implementation

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