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The Readme.MD file of the Whydah github repos contains detailed installation information and start-up scripts
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Installation guides

Linux
  • [whydah:Install SSOLoginWebApp on Ubuntu]
  • [whydah:Install SecurityTokenService on Ubuntu]
  • [whydah:Install UserIdentityBackend on Ubuntu]
  • [whydah:Install UserAdminWebApp on Ubuntu]
  • [whydah:Install apache web proxy on Ubuntu]

Notes when setting up new Server environment in Amazon AWS

  • Apply "Protect against accidental termination"
  • Keep instances as physically close to on another (Subnet)
  • Set Naming strategy as quickly as possible to avoid confusion. Example:
    • MyCompany-PROD-UserIdentityBackend
    • MyCompany-PROD-SecurityTokenService
    • MyCompany-PROD-SSOLoginWebapp
    • MyCompany-PROD-UserAdmin
  • Create new keys for PROD and don't reuse test-keys. They can't be changed afterwards.

Zone recommendation

Whydah-Vault
Whydah-DMZ
Whydah-admin

Key recommendation

Whydah-Vault.pem
Whydah-DMZ.pem
Whydah-AdminService.pem
Whydah-AdminWebapp

See TestWebApp for an example on how to integrate your application with Whydah.

Default ports for the services

Module Port
UserIdentityBackend 9995
SecurityTokenService 9998
UserAdminService  
UserAdminWebapp 9996
SSOLoginWebApp 9997

IAM_MODE


IAM_MODE is used to run the modules in different mode

IAM_CONFIG


IAM_CONFIG is used to define your own config-file for Whydah. File-names are relative to current directory. Example:

Sketcho-Confluence: A license is currently stored, however, it is invalid (e.g. expired or user count mismatch). Configure your license.
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