[erlang-questions] Identity and Access Management in Erlang (à la Amazon AWS)

Zabrane Mickael <>
Sun Dec 16 12:40:19 CET 2012


Hi Antoine,

> Isn't this  oauth ?

Was suspecting OAuth, but not sure at all.

> There are implementations on github search for erlang oauth.

Found multiple ones:
https://github.com/tim/erlang-oauth (Zotonic is using this, so it should be the one to pick).
https://github.com/opscode/erlang-oauth

https://github.com/kivra/oauth2 (<-- OAuth2)
https://github.com/kivra/oauth2_client

https://github.com/JLarky/erlang-oauth-2.0

Suggestions?

> Hope this helps :-)

Can someone more experienced in "security" confirm that AMAZON is using OAuth please?
If yes, should I use OAuth or OAuth2? I'm bit lost.

Regards,
Zabrane

> On Saturday, December 15, 2012, Zabrane Mickael wrote:
> Hi guys,
> 
> I'm looking for an "Identity and Access Management" Erlang API similar to what Amazon offers around the AWS services.
> With AWS, you (only) need:
> AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
> AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
> 
> The idea is to offer our customers a secure access to a bunch of services (similar to AWS).
> 
> Any Erlang project which already handle this? Hints on how implement such an API?
> Help much appreciated.
> 
> Regards,
> /Z
> 
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