Identity Crisis is Back Online
By Sean ONeill on Dec 07, 2009
Well, finally, we're back!
After nearly a year after a change to my email address hosed my online identity (more on that in a future blog), I have finally come up for air long enough to get Identity Crisis back up and running. Through no fault of anyone's but my own, locked up my blog at Blogs.Sun.com and could not get into it.
Took some time to unlock that account and get back up to steam. Have decided to also create a copy on Wordpress.com. Its not that I don't have faith in Blogs.Sun.Com, but with the pending Oracle acquisition, I wanted to be sure all the content is still available, including me (you never know with these deals). Plus, if you know me, I want to be able to post some comments that may not be completely kosher for my employer, particularly about the acquisition (or lack thereof) and wanted to be sure I maintain ultimate control of this content. Plus, the world seems to be going the Worldpress way and there are way more cool tools for me to work with.
So, I will post the same entries on both blogs and use the Wordpress site for some of my more personal rants that need to remain unbranded from Sun and Oracle.
And some other changes going forward. I will still focus on identity management in the enterprise and the challenges of implementing projects and addressing issues. However, my earlier posts were more centered around Sun's Identity Manager and Sun Role Manager products and the spaces they address. Now that I am a manager within the Sun Software Line of Business in the Financial Services sector, I will be covering more high level topics around identity issues and challenges facing the enterprise.
As the Prisoner says "Be Seeing You..."