In this newsletter, we will talk about the following: What is SSO (Single Sign-On)? What is the future of online payments? Top 38 most commonly used programming languages What is IaaS/PaaS/SaaS? What is SSO (Single Sign-On)? A friend recently went through the irksome experience of being signed out from a number of websites they use daily. This event will be familiar to millions of web users, and it is a tedious process to fix. It can involve trying to remember multiple long-forgotten passwords, or typing in the names of pets from childhood to answer security questions. SSO removes this inconvenience and makes life online better. But how does it work?
Isn't the OS also managed by "you" when implementing IaaS? For instance, installing a linux distro on an Azure VM. You are responsible for the maintenance and stability of the OS including patching and upgrading.
What is meant by "return resources" once authentication is completed?
Will it be helpful for others if you could mention two different types of SSO ?
1. IDP initiated
2. SP initiated.
There is a typo, "An Insiser’s " should be "An Insider's"