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Subject [GitHub] [nifi] bbende opened a new pull request #4614: NIFI-7888 Add support for SAML authentication
Date Wed, 21 Oct 2020 18:04:34 GMT

bbende opened a new pull request #4614:

   This PR adds the ability to authenticate to NiFi via a SAML identity provider, similar
to how OIDC authentication works.
   In addition, there is an option to obtain group membership info from the authorizations
in a successful SAML AuthN response from the IDP. These groups are then passed along in the
NiFiUser instance in order to be leveraged during authorization. Currently if using the file-based
policy provider, then these groups would also have to exist in the configured user-group-provider
in order to have created policies against them.
   The integration with spring-security-saml is heavily based on the primary example application
   I've primarily tested against KeyCloak and the SSOCirlce IDP which is used by the example
app above ( 
   High-level changes:
   - Add dependency on spring-security-saml2-core
   - Updated AccessResource with new SAML end-points
   - Updated Login/Logout filters to handle SAML scenario
   - Updated logout process to track a logout request using a cookie
   - Added database storage for cached SAML credential and user groups
   - Updated proxied requests when clustered to send IDP groups in a header
   - Updated X509 filter to process the IDP groups from the header if present
   - Updated admin guide
   - Fixed logout action on error page
   - Updated StandardManagedAuthorizer to combine groups from request with groups from lookup
   - Updated UserGroupProvider implementations with more efficient impl of getGroupByName
   - Added/updated unit tests

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