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By dr156914 on May 11, 2009
Almost everywhere I go I get the question . . . "What's Geneva Server?" "How does Geneva interoperate with OpenSSO?" "Are Geneva Server and Geneva Framework the same?" "Should I store my policies in OpenSSO or Geneva?"
In the past, I've had to provide long winded answers that leave me out-of-breath and huffing and puffing for air. Now, I can simply point to our new whitepaper, jointly produced with Microsoft, to provide the answers -- Microsoft “Geneva” Server and Sun OpenSSO: Enabling Unprecedented Collaboration Across Hetergeneous IT Environments.
The whitepaper validates a number of common use cases between OpenSSO and Geneva. It shows how you can use OpenSSO and Geneva to protect Sharepoint apps. It shows how you can use the OpenSSO Fedlet, which just won the best innovation award at the European Identity Conference, to protect .NET apps. In short it's a good read and answers some pretty commonly asked questions. Enjoy!
Read my extraordinary thoughts about the world of identity and access management. As an identity child prodigy, I have much to say about these subjects.
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