Advanced Agent Authentication
By default, the agents are authenticating using the configured agent-key. This key is global and all the same for all agents of your organization.
If you want to have more security controls, you can use OIDC for the agent authentication instead of the agent key. This requires a OIDC identity provider (e.g. Keycloak).
For each request to the platform the agent will use an access token which was issued by the identity provider. The platform verifies the token.
To instruct the platform to validate all incoming agent requests against a specific identity provider, set
STEADYBIT_AUTH_AGENT_OAUTH2_ISSUER_URIto the issuer URI of your identity provider.
To tell the agent to use OIDC, set
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_ISSUER_URIto the issuer URI of your identity provider and the
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_CLIENT_IDto the client id to use. Alternatively instead of using the issuer URI you can directly configure the
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_TOKEN_URIto tell the agents where to get the access tokens from, this won't try to read the OIDC discovery endpoint.
To use the client credentials flow you need to set the
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_CLIENT_SECRETto the client secret.
For using username and password set
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_AUTHORIZATION_GRANT_TYPE=passwordand provide a username and password with
For using mutual TLS specify PEM-files containing a X.509 certificate and a PKCS#8 private key by setting
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_CLIENT_CERT_CHAIN_FILE. In case the key is encrypted you can specify the password using
STEADYBIT_AGENT_AUTH_OAUTH2_CLIENT_CERT_PASSWORD. The agent will re-load the certificates when the file changes automatically, but it might take up to ten seconds.