I have already described how to secure a Spring Boot 2-based REST API with Keycloak here. Today, I would like to create a separate text with the same topic but for Spring Boot 3 — a newer, shiner version of Spring Boot.

Most of the Keycloak configuration and settings is one to one with the article for Spring Boot 2. I do not want to duplicate too much content so if anything is unclear I recommend going there.

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