We start by creating the Keystone database in MariaDB with the necessary user permissions in step 1. In step 2, we install the Keystone package.
In step 3, we create the configuration file for the service. As you can see from the output, most of the options have been omitted, and default ones are assumed.
In step 4, we run a script that populates the Keystone database by creating the database schema.
Keystone uses tokens to authenticate and authorize users and services. There are different token formats available for use, such as UUID, PKI, and Fernet tokens. For this deployment, we are going to use the Fernet tokens. The Fernet tokens do not need to be persisted in a backend store. In step 5, we initialize the Fernet key ...