Akamai will provision your Identity Cloud Registration Application and send you an email invitation to access it in the Identity Cloud Console.
Don’t have a Registration Application? Reach out to your Akamai Representative or contact us.
Your Registration Application includes (click each to learn more):
In the Identity Cloud Console, clients are managed as “Properties” because you will have one client per property you own that will interact with the Identity Cloud. An example of a property is a website, a mobile app, or an internal system. Client credentials can also be used by individuals to make manual API calls to the Identity Cloud.
The following Properties are provided by default. You may create more Properties later if needed.
In the Identity Cloud Console, your customer profile datastore is called an “Entity Type”, and each user record stored in it is an “Entity” or “Profile”. There is a “Schema” for each Entity Type which dictates the user data that will be stored and how that data is organized.
In other words:
It is possible to have more than one Entity Type, and as such they are distinguishable by name. The default Entity Type is named “user”.
The Registration Flow configuration defines elements specific to the Hosted Login registration experience. For example, it defines the following elements when a customer creates a new account:
It is possible to have more than one Registration Flow configuration, and as such they are distinguishable by name. The default configuration is named “standard”.
It also includes important information and settings which you’ll use to configure and implement Hosted Login. We’ll do this next.