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New video out! Highly available IAM with multi-site Keycloak deployments in the cloud

The Infinispan team is excited to announce that the video of the acclaimed and highly rated talk at Devoxx France about Keycloak and Infinispan has been published.

In this 45 minutes talk, Ryan Emerson and Alexander Schwartz explain how Keycloak’s Highly Available architecture and highlight the essential role Infinispan plays in it.

The conference highlights one of the most requested features in Infinispan: Cross-Site Replication. This feature allows for deploying two separate clusters and connecting them so that caches can replicate data and serve as backups for each other.

If you’re not familiar with this feature and would like to try it out, a simple Docker Compose file is all you need. Grab a look to this simple tutorial.

Stay tuned for more and enjoy the video!

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Katia Aresti

Katia Aresti is a Senior Software Engineer working for Red Hat since 2017. She is part of the core Infinispan team, reponsible of the integration with other frameworks such as Spring-Boot, Vert.x or Quarkus, developing new features such as Clustered Counters, REST API endpoints and the new Server Web Console.