In October 2012,
RFC 6749, the OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework, was published. Subsequently in May 2014, Spring Security OAuth released its 2.0.0 version with support for Authorization Server, Resource Server, and Client. This made a great deal of sense in the absence of OAuth 2.0 libraries and products.
Spring Security’s Authorization Server support was never a good fit. An Authorization Server requires a library to build a product. Spring Security, being a framework, is not in the business of building libraries or products. For example, we don’t have a JWT library, but instead we make
Nimbus easy to use. And we don’t maintain our own SAML IdP, CAS or LDAP products.
In 2019, there are plenty of both commercial and
open-source authorization servers available. Thus, the Spring Security team has decided to no longer provide support for authorization servers.
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