Lightweight Opensource Identity Management for homelabs?

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  • authentik

    The authentication glue you need.

    I haven’t had a chance to mess with it, but I found Authentik recently, and it might be what you need.

  • Keycloak

    Open Source Identity and Access Management For Modern Applications and Services

    There's Keycloak and the Ory ecosystem I use rather frequently.

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  • zitadel

    ZITADEL - The best of Auth0 and Keycloak combined. Built for the serverless era.

    I've been playing around with Zitadel at work the past couple days, so far it has done everything it says on the tin. It has a nice organization structure with user and role Authorization, works like a Saas system.

  • keycloak-restrict-client-auth

    A Keycloak authenticator to restrict authorization on clients

    I’m not sure if all of the above made sense, but here’s the plug-in’s GitHub page if you wanna take a look:

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