In a new article on SDN, Securing Applications With Identity Services, Part 4: Single Sign-On and Logout, you learn how to take advantage of the REST operations supported by OpenSSO to achieve single-sign-on and logout.
Today, Sun releases OpenDS Standard Edition (SE) 1.0, the supported version of an open-source, LDAP directory server. The benefits are many: easy, fast installation; interactive command-line interface; high performance; interoperability.
In a previous posting, I highlighted Sun Access Manager 8, the upcoming merged product of Sun Java System Access Manager and Sun Java System Federated Manager. The new product will enjoy commercial support and indemnification from Sun.
The list of finalists for SourceForge.net's 2008 Community Choice Awards is worth a look. I was impressed by the page design, which highlights the categories, project names, and their URLs "above the fold," so to speak.
Reading ComputerWeekly.com's recent article, The Secret to Designing User-Friendly Interfaces for Desktop Software, reminds me of the thou
As defined on Sun Developer Network's new Python Developer Center, Python is a dynamic, object-oriented, multipurpose, and multiplatform programming language. The PDC also covers Jython, Django, and TurboGears, and points you to downloads and community postings, news, and events.
Have a look.
A recent Sun Net Talk vodcast by Sun senior product line manager Daniel Raskin addresses the aspects of authentication, authorization, administration, and personalization in access management and federation.
The vodcast starts with a description of the problems enterprises face today in resources, federated partner