Tuesday Dec 18, 2007

Access Manager Training January, 2008, and Beyond

I send out a monthly e-mail within Sun to let people know about the availability of classes on Access Manager. Michael suggested that I post some of the details to let people who follow this blog know what's out there and available.

Sun currently has one instructor-led training offering for Access Manager: course number AM-3480, Access Manager 7.1 Configuration and Customization. The class is a week long. There's a description of this training course here. The course is offered worldwide. Upcoming teaches in 2008 include:

  • January 14 - Heimstetten, Germany
  • January 14 - San Francisco, CA
  • January 21 - Tokyo (Chofu), Japan
  • January 28 - Seattle, WA
  • February 4 - Oslo, Norway
  • February 4 - Sacramento, CA
  • February 4 - Tampa, FL
  • February 4 - Edison, NJ
  • February 4 - Houston, TX
  • February 18 - Guillemont Park, UK
  • February 18 - Cary, NC
  • February 25 - Burlington, MA
  • March 3 - Brussels, Belgium
  • March 24 - Tokyo (Chofu), Japan
  • March 31 - Ratingen, Germany
  • May 19 - Guillemont Park, UK
  • May 19 - Nieuwegein, Netherlands
  • June 2 - Paris, France

Some things to be aware of with regard to these classes:
  • You can enroll by using the Sun website for the country in which the class in being held, or by calling Sun Training in that country.
  • If there aren't more than a couple or three students who want to attend any given class, the class might be canceled. (So, bring your friends to Access Manager training.)

Monday Nov 12, 2007

Access Manager Makes It Into Gartner's Leaders Quadrant

Today was a big day for a lot of us who have worked with the Sun Java System Access Manager product, which is the progenitor of the OpenSSO product.

Gartner Group promoted Access Manager from the challenger quadrant to the leaders product.

There's a nice article about it here.

It's been a great experience to watch this product grow and mature into what it is today. And, there are some really great things coming on the horizon, all open source.

Congratulations to Jamie Nelson and his fine team. I have worked with these folks for several years now, and they're one of the best engineering teams I've had an opportunity to interact with during my career in software engineering, consulting, training, and instructional design. Just a really nice group of very talented people. Way to go, guys!

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