OpenSSO: Massive Verizon Wireless Deployment


What has over 40,000,000 users, 1,000,000 logins per day, and peaks at 4,000 logins per minute? Verizon's OpenSSO deployment, that's what!

At Gartner's Identity & Access Management Conference in Orlando this past fall, Verizon presented on how OpenSSO is being used to support Verizon.net. This is a great example of an IAM deployment that scales beyond belief.

The presentation shows how Sun's OpenSSO and Directory Server work together to provide unparalleled, mission critical service and scale. The cool thing about the preso is that Verizon also highlights that they replicated this deployment in less than 2 months to support 25 million users at Verizon Broadband! Wowza!

Download the presentation and enjoy the video below!

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Posted by Marina Sum's Blog on February 23, 2009 at 01:13 AM PST #

Are there any best practices for creating roles, groups, realms and policies within OpenSSO? I haven't found anything substantial on the internet for the following questions:

a. Is it a good idea to silo applications using OpenSSO realms and then create policies within those realms to regulate access. If anything this will provide a certain level of categorization of applications (or policies). Is this a good approach?

b. Groups have been defined as a collection of users while a role as a collection of permissions (such as CRUD operations). In a typical OpenSSO setup, is there any need to use both or just roles would suffice.

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Posted by Pradeep Balachandran on September 18, 2009 at 07:54 AM PDT #

i found nothing..

Posted by vinay kumar rai on January 31, 2010 at 07:31 PM PST #

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