By Bert Van Beeck on Dec 20, 2008
OpenSSO is breaking down technology walls, allowing connectivity from OpenSSO with a larger growing set of back-end technologies.
I just discussed OpenSSO's ability in federating with Shibboleth via SAML1 and via SAML2 (something that seemed impossible before).
As we are speaking, the next step is in the making, allowing OpenSSO to install a fedlet on a .NET environment, allowing that .NET environment to take the role of a Service Provider(SP), and consume identities authenticated by OpenSSO in the IDP Role.
Please have a look at the following Blog entry by Rajeev Angal about the .NET Fedlet (prototype)
Keep watching the evolutions on opensso.org for this feature to appear.