A project with a map named Distribution Map has been authored and shared with the rest of the organization.
As a member of the organization, you will use this map to complete your work in your own version.
The tokeninfo endpoint is useful for debugging but for production purposes, we recommend that you retrieve Google’s public keys from the keys endpoint and perform the validation locally.
Since Google changes its public keys only infrequently (on the order of once per day), you can cache them [...] Fortunately, there are well-debugged libraries available in a wide variety of languages to accomplish this.
Over the last five years, the identity management space experienced a renaissance with the emergence of a new generation of technologies that transition from complex systems such as CA or Microsoft Active Directory to more open, API driven platforms like Okta, Ping Identity, One Login as well as the corresponding stacks in the cloud platforms like AWS, Azure or Google Cloud.
These platforms shifted the capabilities of identity from proprietary systems to open protocols such as SAML, Open ID Connect and others.
In a child version, any edits can be undone, including validation; changes made to a network topology can be reverted to the state before the validation.
Example background: A utility network has been configured (network topology is enabled) and published with version management capabilities.
It is important to keep the network topology updated for analytic events; this is done by validating the network topology.
Learn more about the network topology The network topology can be validated using the In editing workflows for a utility network the validation of the network topology is also treated as an edit operation.
In that decentralized world, identity hasn’t been a fundamental building block as the dynamics of the network should arrive to an optimal decision-making process.