The cloud conference in the clouds or at least close to the clouds took place from 18.-21. July 2011 in Keystone, Rocky Mountains, at an altitude of 2.830m. The conference was organized by Ping Identity, headed by Andre Durand who put a lot of passion into the conference and into the fostering of the “identity [...]
This year’s European Identity Conference (EIC2011), a fixed star in the digital identity world took place in Munich, Germany, from 10.-12. May and a supplemental workshop day on the 13th. As last year the conference also hosted the Cloud 2011. In terms of venue the conference made a leap into the future from the venerable [...]
The board game portal www.spellenmug.nl offers several options for single sign on. Most of them are OpenID based. Only one leverages SAML v2: the only free, open and public SAML V2 Identity Provider SSOCircle. SSOCircle IDP has now more than 250 integrated SAML v2 service providers in its SSOCircle of trust. Although many of them [...]
Ferry Meewisse, a dutch bag designer, who runs the web site frrry.com, bags & fashion accessories, is using SSOCircle as a login option for partners and employees. Beside Google, Yahoo!, MySpace.com, myOpenID and generic OpenID, they have the option to log in via SSOCircle and leverage several strong authentication options like X.509 certificates, USB tokens [...]
As part of project PicketLink Marcel Kolsteren, Seam Integration Lead, developed a module that allows developers to easily connect their seam application to external identity providers. The module supports SAML and OpenID. It also ships with an out-of-the box integration with SSOCircle. You will find a preconfigured saml-entities.xml file which includes the meta data for [...]
SSOCircle the first Identity Provider supporting SAML 2.0 and OpenID protocols now includes attribute exchange through OpenID Simple Registration Extension. You are now able to share profile attributes ( like name or email address ) between the IDP and the Relying Party. You will be asked to confirm the transfer of attributes as soon as [...]
SSOCircle has started a pilot to support OpenID. You can now use your SSOCircle account at OpenID relying parties. Just type in <yourSSOCircleID>.ssocircle.com as your personal OpenID URL at the service site and experience SSO that opens up the SAML and the OpenID world.
User self administration pages now provide functionality for displaying and managing own profiles, SAML 2.0 account federations and OpenID trust settings. Service Provider administrators now have an easy-to-use interface to import, list and remove SAML 2.0 Metadata.