New CloudFormation Template - Authentication Proxy using your GitHub Organization and YAML

Michael Wittig – 20 Oct 2016

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Authentication Proxy using your GitHub Organization

This template describes a highly available authentication proxy that forwards request to a upstream http(s) endpoint if the user is authenticated against your GitHub Organization.

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