Thursday Jan 29, 2009

Join Us for the Very First OpenSSO Community Day (New York City, Mar. 17)

OpenSSO Community Day is an opportunity for OpenSSO contributors, deployers, and users to come together in an informal "unconference" setting.

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Monday Dec 08, 2008

Federated Single Sign-On for Salesforce in OpenSSO

In this article, learn how to implement federated SSO for Salesforce CRM software with an open-standards-based approach, featuring OpenSSO as the identity provider. That way, you preserve the confidentiality of user login credentials and eliminate the need for multiple logins.

Tuesday Oct 14, 2008

From the Trenches at Sun Identity, Part 8: Quality Assurance

In this interview, Indira Thangasamy, senior quality engineering manager for Sun OpenSSO Enterprise, offers insights on the behind-the-scenes testing harness and processes that ensure a high-quality product.

Tuesday Sep 30, 2008

Ask the Experts: OpenSSO, Sept. 29-Oct. 3

Got a question about OpenSSO, Sun's open-source project for access management, identity federation, and web services? Post it on the Ask the Experts page during the week of Sept. 29 and get answers from four key members of Sun's access and federation management team: Rajeev Angal, Aravindan Ranganathan, Dilli Dorai, and Qingwen Cheng.

Thursday Sep 11, 2008

OpenSSO & Single Sign-On Presentation plus Q&A in Second Life

Meet with Daniel Raskin, Senior Product Line Manager, as Mr. Winky, the
IdentiCat, and Jamie Nelson, an experienced OpenSSO engineer and expert
in Second Life. Join us as Mr. Winky, the IdentiCat, digs his claws into
OpenSSO innovation and how it pushes access management, federation and
secure web services capabilities to a new level. Learn how to solve
challenges around internal access management, extranet authentication,
federation and securing Web services with a single, open source solution. 

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Tuesday Aug 19, 2008

From the Trenches at Sun Identity, Part 6: Identity Services for Securing Web Applications

In this interview, Sun identity architect Aravindan Ranganathan explains why OpenSSO's identity services are an ideal architecture for protecting applications from unauthorized access. He also describes the related tasks, the benefits, and the plans for integrating identity services with the federation capability in OpenSSO.

Tuesday Jul 29, 2008

Events: Report From Sun at OSCON

Sun announced new open-source initiatives at this year's OSCON.

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Monday Feb 11, 2008

Sun Technical Specialist on Identity and OpenSSO Extensions

Paul Bryan talks with Marina Sum about his background in identity development, the history and future of Sun Java System Access Manager, OpenID, the subproject OpenSSO Extensions, and the solutions for phishing.

Wednesday Nov 28, 2007

Securing Applications With Identity Services, Part 2: Authorization

In this article, learn how to configure OpenSSO with identity services so as to allow users to perform tasks for which they have been authorized. Identity services are interfaces that support authentication, authorization, and other related services with SOAP or REST technology.

Also read Part 1, which describes how to authenticate users with the interfaces.

Friday Oct 12, 2007

Securing Applications With Identity Services, Part 1: Authentication

By configuring OpenSSO, Sun's open-source project for Sun Java System Access Manager, you can authenticate users with identity-service interfaces that support SOAP/WSDL and REST. This article describes the procedure through an example application built with the NetBeans IDE.

Tuesday Apr 24, 2007

Sample Apps and Articles

Introducing the NetBeans Sample Catalog
Browse the new NetBeans Sample Catalog for a comprehensive collection of NetBeans sample applications spanning the latest enterprise, web, mobile, and desktop technologies.

Top 10 Destinations for Enterprise Developers at the 2007 JavaOne Conference
Here are 10 must-see destinations and some related recommendations for enterprise developers at the 2007 JavaOne conference.

Securing Site Access With CardSpace and OpenSSO: An Overview
Extending OpenSSO with Windows CardSpace delivers a more secure authentication model than the traditional user name-password model. This article describes the benefits, basic architecture, and process flow of a lightweight implementation.

Java Web Start Technology and Application Clients in the GlassFish Application Server
Want to distribute your Java EE application client so that users can download and run it with a single mouse click? Learn how easy it is when you use the Java Web Start feature of the GlassFish app server.

Creating Web 2.0-Enabled Communities With Sun Java System Portal Server
This article describes how Sun Java System Portal Server makes effective use of Web 2.0 features and concepts to help your users be more collaborative and productive.

Achieving SSO With Sun Java System Access Manager and SAML
Standardized exchanges of authentication and authorization data by means of the Security Assertion Markup Language between an identity provider and a service provider form the basis of single sign-on. This article explains the concepts and the process using Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 and SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal 2004s.

Java EE Blogs
Read these blogs on When to Use WSIT Reliable Messaging, GlassFish Upgrade Story, and Concept of a GlassFish Domain.


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