Using multiple security providers is easy
Supporting multiple security providers is a valuable feature. There are several common use cases where this is quite beneficial.
- Migrating from an old security solution to a new one—This is where started with security provider, but need to migrate to another one. For example, we started with user accounts stored in the database, but want to move to a two-factor authentication system.
- Supporting multiple user communities—This is where two different sites running on two different servers are merged to run on a single server. Instead of maintaining two different applications, we want to consolidate the data but maintain existing roles and accounts.
- Providing redundant security access—This is when we need to ...