Gluu Server - Identity and Access Management (IAM) platform

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Gluu's open source authentication & API access management software for securing Web & mobile applications using open standards like SAML & OpenID Connect. Its features include Single Sign-On, Access Management, OAuth, Multi-Factor Authentication, LDAP Directory Integration, User Management and lot more.

https://www.gluu.org/
https://github.com/GluuFederation

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