Tuesday May 12, 2009

Sun and Microsoft Release Joint Whitepaper Highlighting Interoperability

Interoperability between applications in heterogeneous technology environments is essential to successful collaboration. Sun and Microsoft are taking interoperability to a new level by utilizing the SAML federation standard in both the Sun OpenSSO Enterprise federation solution and the forthcoming Microsoft “Geneva” Server federation solution.

As part of these efforts, Sun and Microsoft have created a new whitepaper: "Microsoft "Geneva" Server and Sun OpenSSO - Enabling Unprecedented Collaboration Across Heterogeneous IT Environments" available for download here.

Sun's Chief Identity Management Officer, Daniel Raskin, posted his blog entry on OpenSSO & "Geneva" here

Microsoft released their "Geneva" beta 2  this week and offers some commentary on interoperability over on their Forefront blog. 

Thursday May 07, 2009

OpenSSO Fedlet Wins European Identity Award

Good news from the Sun identity management team attending the European Identity Conference (EIC) in Munich this week.

At the European Identity Award ceremony, OpenSSO Fedlet won “Best Innovation” in Identity and Access Management (IAM) and Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC).

The European Identity Award recognizes outstanding projects as well as innovations and additional developments of standards and are presented by the analyst firm Kuppinger Cole.

Congratulations to the OpenSSO team!

Monday Feb 02, 2009

First OpenSSO Community Day @ NYU on March 17th

Hosted by New York University and sponsored by Sun Microsystems, this is an opportunity for OpenSSO contributors, deployers and users to come together in an informal 'unconference' setting.

Being an unconference, the only rigid item on the agenda is at 9am when the participants will decide on the sessions for the rest of the day. You can show up and talk about any OpenSSO-related topic you like. If you already have a session in mind, you can also go to the wiki and add it there, so folks can get an idea of the likely content ahead of time.

All are welcome, attendance is free, and continental breakfast plus lunch will be provided.

OpenSSO team is using meetup.com to manage the registration process - just go here, join the OpenSSO group and RSVP.

Don't delay - the event is already more than 1/2 full!

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