OpenSSO Enterprise - Download it Now

Today is the official release date of Sun's OpenSSO Enterprise product, the 8.0 version of the product set formerly known as the "Access Manager/Federation Manager", which was publicly announced on September 30th.

 

So, what's new in this release?
  • The Fedlet - a lightweight way for service providers to quickly federate with a SAML 2.0 identity provider
  • Multi-Protocol Hub - allows companies that are members of a circle of trust to speak different federation protocols
  • Identity Services - invoke AAA services using your IDE of choice or any programming language (e.g. Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby, etc.)
  • Express Builds - deploy next-generation features from the OpenSSO community with the same support and indemnification provided with commercial releases
  • Ease of Use - new task-based UI for common federation-related operations
  • Ease of Install - just drop the WAR file into your servlet-container of choice, hit it with a browser and, in the simplest case, supply admin passwords
  • Much more, including: centralized server configuration (no more AMConfig.properties text file), centralized agent configuration (no more AMAgent.properties text files).
Give it a whirl - download it here today!

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