Monthly Archives: March 2016

Keystone, Horizon, and multi-factor auth (part 2/2: Horizon)

Now that Keystone accepts and checks auth requests with user/password/otp, we have to get all three from the user and get them properly packed into Horizon’s login request. Taking advantage of Horizon being backwards-compatibility, I upgraded our Horizon install to … Continue reading

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Keystone, Horizon, and multi-factor auth (part 1/2: Keystone)

Fair warning: This post documents a recent work project — it contains neither lush landscape photos nor close-ups of underwater creatures. — For a couple of years now the Wikimedia Labs team has had ambitions to deprecate our homemade OpenStack … Continue reading

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