Online Event

Red Hat Build of Keycloak



Most of us use single sign-on (SSO) somewhere in our daily lives without even knowing it. What is behind it and how does it work? Discover what Keycloak is and how it fits into the Red Hat SSO product and why Red Hat is changing the product name to Red Hat Build for Keycloak.

RH-SSO is based on the Keycloak project and the goal of Red Hat Single Sign-On is to make security simple so that it is easy for application developers to secure the apps and services they have deployed in their organization.

We will have a high level discussion and demonstration what is Keycloak and RH-SSO, and what is happening with the future planned release 'Red Hat Build of Keycloak 22' which will replace the next major release of Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO) version 8.0.

Questions? Please contact Red Hat EMEA at


Juan van der Breggen

Senior Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat

An IT Architect with over 30 years of experience as a software engineer in the Financial, Telecom and the Internet Service Industries. Responsible for deploying and overseeing cloud computing and middleware strategies, designing solutions using DevSecOps Principles, delivery through Agile values and principles, and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery(CI/CD) practices. Skills in Linux, RHEL, Virtualization and Hypervisors, Cloud Computing and Hyperscalers, Kubernetes and OpenShift, Application Development, Middleware and Integration.
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