OpenStack Identity (Keystone)
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OpenStack Keystone

Keystone provides authentication, authorization and service discovery mechanisms via HTTP primarily for use by projects in the OpenStack family. It is most commonly deployed as an HTTP interface to existing identity systems, such as LDAP.

Developer documentation, the source of which is in doc/source/, is published at:

The API specification and documentation are available at:

The canonical client library is available at:

Documentation for cloud administrators is available at:

The source of documentation for cloud administrators is available at:

Information about our team meeting is available at:

Bugs and feature requests are tracked on Launchpad at:

Future design work is tracked at:

Contributors are encouraged to join IRC (#openstack-keystone on freenode):

For information on contributing to Keystone, see CONTRIBUTING.rst.