400 project members at OpenSSO!
By superpat on Jun 18, 2007
As I mentioned over at Superpatterns, OpenSSO just racked up its 400th user - a great achievement, especially considering that the vast majority have signed up since the buildable source code was made available, just last August.
We've also seen some interesting adoption since the last one I reported, at Audi UK. SSOCircle is an identity provider offering SAML 2.0 and OpenID services using OpenSSO and, of course, as Alexis mentioned recently, Sun's own OpenID provider is running on OpenSSO and its OpenID Extension. There are some other exciting deployment that I can't talk about yet, but watch this space! (feed)