Unity is a complete solution for identity, federation and inter-federation management. Or, looking from a different perspective, it is an extremely flexible authentication service.

  • Authentication of web and cloud resources can be outsourced to Unity.
  • Unity can act as a bridge to a not cloud/web friendly users store.
  • Finally Unity can help to integrate 3rd party identity providers with local resources.

More information can be found in the About section.

You can also see the introductory presentation:

Unity introduction 


Unity 2 development is now supported by the great JPROFILER software:


Big thanks for the free license!

Latest News

Release 1.9.4

A new revision release is available in the 1.9 series. It fixes couple of bugs and introduces new configuration options, making Unity more flexible. Among others Shibboleth 3 IdP integration should be easier now with more lax signature checking options. See Downloads for details

Revision 1.9.3 is available

A new revision release 1.9.3 is ready to be downloaded. It focuses on fixing couple of bugs discovered in the previous release and adds full support for ORCID identity provider. See Downloads.

Revision 1.9.2 is available

Subsequent small revision release 1.9.2 was published. Includes improved LDAP integration, few bugfixes and more. See Downloads.

Revision update 1.9.1 is ready

A small, mostly bugfixing update 1.9.1 is available in Downloads

1.9.0 is available

After four months of development the 9th feature-release of Unity is completed. See Downloads for details on the new features - there is a lot of them.

Partners and involved institutions

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ICM (University of Warsaw) leads Unity
Open Source development  
PL-Grid infrastructure uses Unity
for providing UNICORE 7 access  
UNICORE Community actively participates
in Unity development