Connect2id server requirements
|2+ GBytes of RAM
If you expect to service more than 100 thousand users the server will benefit from extra available memory.
Make sure the Java runtime is up to date with the latest security patches.
A database for the server to persist its data, such as a client registrations and sticky grants. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, H2, LDAP, DynamoDB and Redis are supported.
|Java Servlet 3.0+ Container
An Apache Tomcat web server is included in the download package. Other servlet v3.0+ compliant containers are also supported.
Unzip the downloaded Connect2id server package in a suitable directory.
Start the Apache Tomcat web server, which has preinstalled and configured instances of the Connect2id server and an H2 database for persisting its data, a demo login page, an LdapAuth service for authenticating users against an in-memory LDAP directory, and an OpenID Connect client.
To start Apache Tomcat:
To access the Tomcat management panel go to
and enter the following admin credentials:
Point your favourite browser to the base URL of the Connect2id server:
Launch the example OpenID Connect client to test authentication and UserInfo retrieval with the Connect2id server:
We also provide an image to evaluate the Connect2id server in a Docker container.
Questions or comments?
Get in touch with Connect2id support.