Tired of Toein' the OpenSSO 8.0 Technical Overview
By docteger on Sep 08, 2008
I've been in major crunch mode recently - writing the documentation that will be released with Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0. Unfortunately, that doesn't leave much time for blogging. Well just to let you know that I am still here, the Technical Overview is just about 96% finished. (I used a mathematical formula to get that percentage.) It has been posted to the OpenSSO EA Doc Page; check it out as well as the other not-ready-for-prime-time guides to understanding and using OpenSSO. If you have any comments/issues with anything you read in the Technical Overview (or any of the EA docs) leave your comments below or just email firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll make sure the correct writer gets the information. Thanks in advance. Currently I'm working with engineer extraordinaire Anant on the update of a deployment example in which there are procedures for installing, configuring and/or implementing OpenSSO, Directory Server, web containers, policy agents, load balancers and session failover. Look for an EA version of this on the OpenSSO EA Doc Page next week. Following the culmination of that book, I'll be working with yet another extraordinary engineer, Wei, on a deployment example for implementing federation and SAMLv2 communications. That won't be up before next month but I can see you're salivating now. We'll hurry it up. In the meantime, check out Rocky Burnette's hit from 1980, because sometimes we all get Tired of Toein' the Line. Recognize me without the red glasses? I still wear them sometimes.
Oh vez mear. Time flies when having fun!