OpenConext consists of various modular building blocks.
The interface for OpenConext administrators. A convenient user interface with an overview of all connected cloud services and organisations. In here you can:
- Add and modify services and organisations in real-time.
- Manage the entire OpenConext platform with a user-friendly interface.
- View all changes to the OpenConext platform.
Get more information about OpenConext Manage.
The core of OpenConext. Engine provides a proxy and manages single sign-on. In addition, Engine block has:
- An authentication proxy that handles logins quickly and efficiently.
- WAYF (Where Are You From): users choose their organisation from the ones listed.
- An optional consent or information screen for users who log in for the first time.
Get more information about OpenConext Engine.
Additional OpenConext features
OpenConext Teams provides a place where users can create and manage groups and where services get group information. Individual distribution of access rights for each service is no longer needed, and the data is always up-to-date.
Get more information about OpenConext Teams.
A user-friendly do-it-yourself interface in which OpenConext administrators of affiliated organisations can:
- See and manage their services.
- Access information about those services.
- Connect new services.
Get more information about OpenConext Dashboard.
OpenConext API Security
API Security screens APIs through OpenConext. Logging in to an API is as safe and reliable as accessing the regular service connected to your OpenConext platform.
Get more information about OpenConext API.
OpenConext Authorisation rules
Restrict access to a service by using factors like group membership, role, or department.
Get more information about Authorisation rules.
OpenConext Attribute aggregation
Attribute Aggregation gives the ability to add attributes for a user from a third party source and release them to the Service provider in the same set as the original Identity provider attributes.
The OpenConext Stepup suite provides a way to integrate many different types of Multi Factor Authentication (including but not limited to SMS, FIDO2, hardware tokens and AzureMFA) into OpenConext authentication flows, and can also be used independently without other OpenConext components. It also provides the registration and management portals for token management and vetting procedures.
Get more information about Stepup.