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European identity and access management (IAM) services

An identity and access management (IAM) service manages users and their access to resources. Often, these services are used to implement a single sign-on. A single sign-on enables users to log in (authenticate) to multiple services with one login. These single sign-ons usually happen with a redirect (for example, after clicking on a "Login with ..." button) to a login page, which redirects back with a token after a successful login. Standards such as OAuth or SAML exist for these processes.

This category contains services from companies based in a member state of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).
You can read more about the listing criteria here.

European services

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Cloud IAM

France EU EU hosted Open source Free plan

Cloud IAM is an identity and access management (IAM) service from France. It is a fully managed Keycloak hoster. Keycloak is an open-source OAuth server backed by Red Hat. Customers can choose between different hosting providers, one of which is the European hoster Scaleway. Since a widely used open-source software is used and a data export is offered, the vendor lock-in is very reduced.

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Germany EU EU hosted Open source No English Website

Bare.ID is an IAM service from Germany. Their service is based on the open-source IAM software Keycloak.

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Germany EU Price on Request

Login-Master is an identity and access management service from Germany. They offer managed Keycloak hosting and support.

Self-hosted & Open Source

Keycloak is an open-source IAM software. Keycloak is a project of the American software company Red Hat. It offers single sign-on (SSO) functionality and supports OAuth, LDAP and two-factor authentication (2FA).

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