Axiomatics Boot Camp: ABAC and XACML Made Easy – Using ALFA to Write Fine-Grained Authorization Policies

Does the promise of attribute-based access control sound like magic? Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a wizard to write efficient and secure ABAC policies. In this bootcamp webinar, we will show you how you can easily write ABAC policies straight from within your IDE by using ALFA, the Abbreviated Language for Authorization. We will also look at deploying your policies to the Axiomatics Policy Server in the click of a button.
You will learn:
  • how to use ALFA to write simple authorization policies
  • how to structure your policies efficiently
  • simple best practices around ABAC policies
  • programmatically deploying policies to the Axiomatics Policy Server



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