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Description

Topaz is an open-source authorization service providing fine-grained, real-time, policy-based access control for applications and APIs. It lets you easily add RBAC, or fine-grained access control models like ABAC and ReBAC, to your applications.

Authorization policies can leverage user attributes, group membership, application resources, and relationships between them. All data used for authorization is modeled and stored locally in an embedded database, so authorization decisions can be evaluated quickly and efficiently.

A Java SDK is available here: https://www.topaz.sh/docs/software-development-kits/java/grpc-bindings

Programming language: Go
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Security     Acl     Authorization     Access-control     Projects    

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