Posts Tagged: jacob ideskog

How to Handle Batch Processing with OAuth 2.0

Recently on the Nordic APIs channel we’ve had a few people ask — how do you handle batch processes that are secured with OAuth 2.0? Batch requests are ones executed automatically or programmed to repeat recurringly.

Usually we use OAuth to confirm user identity for API calls, but the problem is that OAuth 2.0 isn’t really designed for batch processing. Read more

Data Sharing in the IoT

We consistently put our personal data at risk. API security concerns sky rocket as the user’s desire to pass access to others steadily increases. With the rise of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the ability to share the use of physical connected devices makes access management an increasing concern. Read more

How To Control User Identity Within Microservices

Everyone’s excited about microservices, but actual implementation is sparse. Perhaps the reason is that people are unclear on how these services talk to one another; especially tricky is properly maintaining identity and access management throughout a sea of independent services. Read more