The adoption of Mobile and Cloud applications drives API traffic across domains. OAuth 2.0 is being implemented in complex enterprise environments where new authorization endpoints are combined with various existing identity components, in various configurations.
Handshakes are federated to help provide a single sign-on experience across applications and enhance adoption. Mediation between tokens at the edge of each domain helps extend existing data to new channels. Core grant types, extension grant types, custom schemes, standards, patterns and use cases – let us count the ways in which API access control is applied.
This presentation will examine the role of API management infrastructure in API Security, API Access Control and API Federation and its interaction with enterprise infrastructure, social identity and application developers.