Re: RFC: Keycloak project presentation

Stian Thorgersen <sthorger@...>

As this may come up I wanted to clarify the relationship between Keycloak and RH-SSO. Keycloak is the community project and is freely available for anyone to use. RH-SSO is built directly from Keycloak source and each RH-SSO version is based on a specific Keycloak version ( There are no feature add-ons or any code that is not open source, everything is done in the open. Other than branding, the only difference between Keycloak and RH-SSO is that for productised builds Red Hat builds all dependencies from source internally, while for community projects we use available public releases of dependencies (from Maven Central mostly).

On Tue, 9 Apr 2019 at 17:47, Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@...> wrote:
The Keycloak project presented today:

The TOC, especially Joe had some questions on how Keycloak was
deployed on Wildfly (vs the RHT enterprise version of that). This
project is also fairly high up the stack compared to what we normally
accept in CNCF imho. We also didn't have a full roster of TOC members
so I'd like to ensure we have a wide set of eyes on this topic.

Jeff was also interested in being one of the sponsors for the sandbox

Anyways, wanted to move the discussion to the mailing list.

Chris Aniszczyk (@cra) | +1-512-961-6719

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