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From Artjoms Petrovs <>
Subject RE: Cloudstack session storage in Redis or Memcache databases
Date Thu, 10 Sep 2015 15:33:14 GMT
Hello, Remi, Thank you for your answer.

I will try to explain - yes, I want to use SAML, but I want to use Cloudstack as a SAML IDP.

e.g. if the user is logged in Cloudstack, he is able to access all the other resources as
well, using the username of the Cloud user.
I have an IDP running, and I would like to check whether there is a session in Cloudstack
and sync it with the IDP server


-----Original Message-----
From: Remi Bergsma [] 
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2015 5:57 PM
Subject: Re: Cloudstack session storage in Redis or Memcache databases

Hi Artjoms,

Why would you want to share sessions?

If you refer to login, I’d go for single-sign-on instead. SAML2 landed in 4.5 I think and
it is awesome.


From: Artjoms Petrovs
Reply-To: "<>"
Date: Thursday 10 September 2015 16:34
To: "<>"
Subject: Cloudstack session storage in Redis or Memcache databases


Once again I am up to think about some crazy ideas.
Is it possible to store the Cloudstack session in a shared Memcached or Redis database? This
way I would like to share the session with a PHP system, located on the same server.

Best regards,
Artjoms Petrovs

Artjoms Petrovs
System Analyst / Programmer

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