When will be keycloak be supported by Red Hat?

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  • Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP)
  • Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO)
  • Keycloak


We would like to use Keycloak project in our application. When will it be supported by Red Hat?


Red Hat does not provide commercial support for community open source projects directly. Red Hat instead derives product offerings from community projects which are branded and maintained separately.

The Red Hat product derived from the community Keycloak project is called RH-SSO (Red Hat Single Sign-On). Each release of RH-SSO derives from a specific Keycloak community version. Refer to the Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO) Roadmap table that describes this relationship.

Also, refer to the Subscription Requirements for Red Hat Single Sign-On, Red Hat Single Sign-On Supported Configurations, and Red Hat Single Sign-On Component Details for additional information.
All JBoss Middleware subscriptions, with the exception of users exclusively entitled to JBoss Web Server, include support for Red Hat SSO product support.
See the JBoss Core Services FAQ for more information on JBoss Core Services.

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We've also been looking at keycloak recently. It looks very promising, but like many others, our business side of the company would like to get a package that's supported by RedHat, rather than go the uncertain road of very new community software. I'll be keeping en eye on the progress of keycloak for sure . I think it could end up being a major player in the IAM field.


Can somebody please update this article? I can see that Keycloak is now supported as part of Red Hat SSO: https://access.redhat.com/articles/2342881#rhsso70