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DockerCon Europe 2018

237604 - Avoiding an Identity Crisis: Authentication with Windows Server Containers

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Identity is an essential ingredient for business applications and especially when migrating your legacy .NET business applications into containers. We will explore the differences in handling authentication within .NET applications, including implementation patterns and Active Directory integration points such as Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs) and Credential Spec files. Whether you are working with Windows Authentication, Kerberos, or even upgrading to modern authentication using OAuth or Claims, this session will ensure your .NET Framework and .NET Core applications are not suffering from a case of mistaken identity.


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Advanced (attendees are Docker power users), Intermediate (attendees use Docker)
Windows/.Net, Enterprise, Architecture, MTA: Modernizing Traditional Applications, Security
Architect, Ops / IT Professional
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40 minutes
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