FreeIPA is an integrated Identity and Authentication solution for Linux and Unix environments. It provides a centralized authentication and authorization information and it also stores user data information such as user names, groups, hosts and many different objects to manage the security aspects of a network of computers. FreeIPA uses different technologies, but the core of the authentication system is based on MIT Kerberos technology. Thanks to this technology the authentication works on the basis of tickets to allow users or nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to get access to different services. In this talk we will show how it is possible to integrate Sunstone authentication with the FreeIPA SSO thanks to the new Sunstone remote authentication plugin provided by OpenNebula. We will describe how to setup Sunstone in an easy way to include Kerberos authentication using Apache and Phusion Passenger module. This configuration approach also changes the security mechanism used by libvirt to establish the connection between hypervisors. We will explain how it is possible, using the host keytabs generated by FreeIPA, to improve the security between the hypervisors when we have to migrate virtual machines in an insecure network.