Architecture Overview

PowerAuth architecture is designed so that the deployment can be very simple, but at the same time allows complex deployment alongside of other authentication methods (as a part of the central authentication / authorization component).

Architecture Diagram

Following diagram captures the basic deployment strategy for the PowerAuth technology.

Architecture Overview

As you can see, there are only couple components present:

  • Our back-end components
  • Your existing back-end components
  • Our integration libraries for your back-end components
  • Our mobile SDK for iOS and Android apps

Our Back-End Components

PowerAuth Deployment requires installation of just one easy to deploy component.

  • PowerAuth Server
    • The core server component that manages activated devices, enables the activation process, verifies signatures and keeps system configuration.
    • Component communicates using RESTful services.
    • Documentation:
  • PowerAuth Admin (optional)
  • Enrollment Server

Your Back-End Components

PowerAuth installation has impact on several of your components:

  • Mobile Banking API application - Application that publishes API that is consumed by the mobile clients.
  • Activation Channels - Various types of applications used to activate PowerAuth Client, for example the internet banking, ATM interface, branch applications, etc.
  • Internal bank systems / ESB - Of course, you can use any systems to proxy PowerAuth Server services.

Our Back-End Integration Libraries

To simplify deployment, PowerAuth brings ready-to-use libraries for Spring:

Our Mobile SDK for iOS or Android

You can integrate PowerAuth easily with your mobile app using our high-level SDK.

Last updated on Jan 24, 2022 (22:31) Edit on Github Send Feedback


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