OpenID training

OpenID training

Introduction to OpenID training:

OpenID training is used to sign in an existing account in multiple websites, without creating new passwords. OpenID is a decentralized online identity authentication system. For sites that support OpenID training, users do not need to remember traditional authentication tags like user name and passwords. OpenID is a user centric digital identity framework that is open, decentralized, and free.


Global online trainings will provide the corporate training on Best OpenID connect online training. And it is providing classroom training at client premises Noida, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, and Pune. If you have any queries please contact Global Online Trainings helpline.

Mode of training:  OpenID Online training/OpenID corporate training/OpenID classroom training.

Duration of course: 30 hrs

Do you provide materials: Yes, If you register with Global online trainings, the materials will be provided.

course fee:  After register with Global online trainings, our coordinator will contact you.

Trainer experience: 15 years+

Batch Type: Regular, weekends and fast track.


Overview of OpenID training:

OpenID training is decentralized, and any website can use OpenID as a way for users to log in. Sites that support OpenID, users do not need to remember authentication like usernames and passwords. Instead, they only need to register in advance on a website that is an OpenID identity provider (IDP).

Any website can also act as an OpenID identity provider. OpenID solves the problem without relying on a central website to confirm digital identity. OpenID is being adopted by more and more repetitive websites.

About OpenID training:

The first part of the OpenID is authentication, which is how to authenticate a user with URL. Since URL is at the heart of the entire web world, it provides a broad, solid foundation for URL based user authentication.

In this OpenID training everyone needs to register a username and password on each website, even if you are using the same password. In the OpenID, website address (URL) is the username, and the password is stored securely on OpenID service website. To complete the registration, you can create an OpenID service website yourself or you can choose a trusted OpenID service website.

OpenID originally developed by LiveJournal. And the future OpenID specifications are being developed by OpenID .net. OpenID verification specification 2.0 is one of the versions of OpenID.

Advantages of OpenID training:

OpenID has many advantages:

  • Need not remember a thousand of passwords.
  • Need not to remember username also
  • Logging into a website that supports OpenID is very easy even if that is first time for visiting.
  • The OpenID system can be applied to all areas where authentication is required.
  • By using single registration of OpenID training, it brings value to all the websites that support OpenID.
OpenID connect:

OpenID connect is a simple identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. The framework for identity interaction with the API allows the client to authenticate against the authorization server. It supports all client types including web, mobile, JavaScript.

It is an extensible protocol that allows using certain optional features such as identity data encryption, OpenID provider discovery, session management. OpenID connect protocol itself built on top of OAuth 2.0.

Difference between OAuth and OpenID:

OAuth can only focuses on authorization. OpenID can only focuses on authentication.

OAuth is concerned with authorization, namely, “What the user do”, and OpenID is concerned with the proof, that is; “Who is the user?”

 OAuth is originally a third-party website used to apply for user resources (username, avatar, etc.) agreement, in your example, the micro blog account information is used as a resource to apply, so there is no problem, because I don’t know which user is logged in, so there is no authentication. In essence, OpenID is an extension of OAuth in a certain direction. 

OpenID is about the authentication and authentication. It is like taking the ID card and the ticket when the train station enters the station. It is the same person. This is answering “Who am I? This is me” is to confirm that “this is not an anonymous source of unsearchable information”, because anonymous objects and information are not good for statistical management of network service providers, and are not conducive to value.

OAuth training is about Authorization and Authorization. It is like checking the ID card when you are on a plane. It also asks to take out the things in your pocket, take out the things in the bag, mobile phones and other personal items for inspection.

It is only possible to get permission from the inspected person, and the inspected person has the right to turn around and leave, but in order to board the plane, permission must be given and items must be taken out. 

This is answering “I agree to let you do something further to me”, in order to obtain more personal information than the account password, such as: contact address book, mailbox number, phone number, under the premise of being granted permission. Number, address, photo, chat history, web address, activity record, GPS information, etc., to meet the user’s functional needs for the service, or “other needs.”

Protocol extension of OpenID:

The OpenID protocol provides a basic authentication mechanism. There are some other protocol extensions of OpenID.

OpenID Attribute exchange:

The OpenID attribute exchange is an OpenID service extension for exchanging identification information between end points.

OpenID Simple registration:

Simple registration is an OpenID training authentication protocol. This protocol allows very lightweight configuration switching. It is mainly used to transmit eight commonly used request messages when an end user registers a new account using a web service.

OpenID protocol is implemented using OpenID 4 java. It is an implementation of the OpenID 1.1 and 2.0 specifications.

Principles of OpenID:

This is an open source solution that is different from Microsoft’s pass-through technology from other vendors and supports setting up an authentication server.

The OpenID main principles are:
  1. You must first have a valid OpenID account. This need to apply for an account on an authentication server.
  2. Once having this account, you can log in to any other website that supports OpenID authentication and log in with the OpenID you applied for.
  3. Because the site does not know if the identity is correct, it will ask the verification server to verify the identity.
  4. The verification server tells the website that the user is a legitimate user. Then the website accepts the user identity and it allows user to enter.

Technically, this OpenID is not fundamentally different from Passport. The same is true for Card space. It can even be said that its principle is not esoteric. Looking back, I have a chance to look at how to apply it.

Some people on the Internet also discussed that this is in conflict with the fundamental interests of the website, because the website wants to have its own user base. That’s right, but for internal applications, this may not be the case. I am more concerned about the enterprise application level.

Conclusion of OpenID training:

OpenID training solves the problem without relying on a central website to confirm digital identity. We offer corporate training on Best OpenID connect online training. OpenID connect is a simple identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It is an extensible protocol.

Global online trainings will give you the best corporate training on OpenID. We are the best online training providers; we just don’t teach you the technologies rather we make you understand with live examples, the sessions we conduct are interactive and informative. As it an Online Trainings, the timings will be according to the candidate feasibility. Our Team will be in switch on mode for 24/7 and will solve any issues regarding the training, timings, trainer or server.


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