Since our release about basing Phase Two on the Keycloak Open Source Identity and Access Management system, an our committment to keeping our core extensions open source, we've received positive feedback from customers and interest from the the Keycloak community.
We've noticed that support forums for Keycloak have many questions and requests around just getting started. Even though the software is mature, open source, and has a helpfu user community, just spinning up an environment and trying it out can be puzzling for first-time users. It's pretty clear that a lot of people just give up, because they can't get a server running, let alone configure their first realm1.
- In Keycloak, a "realm" manages a set of users, credentials, roles, and groups. A user belongs to and logs into a realm. Realms are isolated from one another and can only manage and authenticate the users that they control.↩