By superpat on Sep 04, 2009
As I just reported in a little more detail over at Superpatterns, we released OpenSSO Express Build 8 yesterday, including features such as our new One Time Password feature, the Fedlet for .Net and a new task flow for enabling single sign-on to Salesforce.com.
It's worth noting that OpenSSO Express Builds are supported builds, released on an approximately 3 month cycle between Enterprise builds. Customers simply buy support for OpenSSO and then choose which build to deploy; the main difference between the two is that we release hot patches and service packs for the Enterprise build, while fixes in the Express build are rolled into the next Express build (no hot patches or service packs). In this way, customers who are keen to deploy the very latest OpenSSO features with support can do so without having to wait up to 12 months for the next Enterprise release. More on this release in the OpenSSO Express 8 release notes; more on the Express build concept in the OpenSSO Express FAQ.