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|Single Sign On (SSO) Server|
|The SSO Server portion of the Barebones SSO Server/Client. An awesome, scalable, secure, flexible login system that's become a bit ridiculous - but it still rocks anyway.|
|Warning: This GitHub project is the live development branch and is frequently broken. Do NOT use on production servers! Use the official releases instead.|
|* Cross-domain and cross-server capable. The SSO server can reside on its own domain and host.|
|* Massively scalable architecture. The server understands master-slave database replication. It is built to easily scale out to as many boxes as you have available.|
|* Resilient architecture. The server can go offline or become unavailable and SSO client authenticated users can continue to work without negatively affecting the integrity of this system.|
|* Resource friendly. Each frontend user uses an average footprint of 4MB RAM per connection in the out-of-the-box install. The endpoint is only an average of 1MB RAM.|
|* Integrates with a variety of backend databases via CSDB.|
|* And much, much more. See the official documentation for a more complete feature list.|
|* Also has a liberal open source license. MIT or LGPL, your choice.|
|* Designed for relatively painless integration into your project.|
|* Sits on GitHub for all of that pull request and issue tracker goodness to easily submit changes and ideas respectively.|
|Documentation, examples, and official downloads of this project sit on the Barebones CMS website:|
|ASP.NET (C#): https://github.com/cubiclesoft/sso-client-aspnet|
|Native app framework/API: https://github.com/cubiclesoft/sso-native-apps|
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