By dgolds on Jul 23, 2008
Today, Sun announced support for OpenSSO Express.
For all of us in the OpenSSO community, this is a big deal. It's the first supported release of the open source version of the product formerly known as Sun Java System Access Manager.
We're still getting our terminology straight, but generally speaking:
- OpenSSO is our shorthand for the OpenSSO project, with its nightly builds.
- OpenSSO Express refers to versioned, supported, fully indemnified builds. The first build of OpenSSO Express, announced today, is OpenSSO Express V1 Build 4.5.
Those of you who follow the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list have probably already guessed that I've been working hard at building training based on OpenSSO Express. More to come about that later.