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Enterprise Identity Bus Part 2

English on February 19th, 2015 No Comments

The first step: Integrating in-house applications into a SSO system leveraging WSO2 as the identity server. In the last article we introduced the project requirements to get rid of an application identity silo environment and to introduce an identity hub infrastructure. In this blog we are going to tackle requirement A. A. Single Sign On […]

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Enterprise Identity Bus Part 3

English on February 19th, 2015 No Comments

The second step: Account federations with cloud services and identity providers run by customers In the first article we introduced the project requirements to get rid of an application identity silo environment and to introduce an identity hub infrastructure. The second part dealt with building a Single Sign On infrastructure leveraging WSO2 Identity Server and […]

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Enterprise Identity Bus Part 4

English on February 19th, 2015 No Comments

The third step: Enabling easy community registration and sign-on. In the first article we introduced the project requirements to get rid of an application identity silo environment and to introduce an identity hub infrastructure. The second part dealt with building a Single Sign On infrastructure leveraging WSO2 Identity Server and OpenID Connect Apache agents. The […]

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Do you speak SAML? Google Apps, Salesforce and SAP Hana Cloud tested

English on December 23rd, 2014 No Comments

In this article we compare the SAML service provider implementation of three popular cloud services: Google Apps (which includes GMail, Google Drive and Docs, Calendar) Salesforce SAP Hana Cloud Our testing procedure includes verification of the service provider compliance to the SAML 2.0 specification and checking the handling of signature validations. Abstract: Secure Assertion Markup […]

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Terms Of Use updated

English on August 24th, 2014 No Comments

This is to announce a change in the SSOCircle Terms of Use which might affect both existing accounts and new user registrations to the public IDP. From now on we might block registrations with specific email addresses (for example disposable email addresses)  and we will limit (currently 3 – subject to change) the number of […]

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Impressions from European Identity & Cloud Conference 2014

English on May 22nd, 2014 No Comments

What are the hot topics this year? What will be announced dead? These are the questions always accompanying KuppingerCole’s European Identity & Cloud conference which was held for the 8th time from 13.-16. May. The conference gathered more than 600 visitors from 35 countries, 150 international expert speakers and 50 exhibitors discussing about the Internet […]

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Infosecurity Europe 2014

English on May 6th, 2014 No Comments

Infosecurity Europe 2014 held on 29. April to 1. May in London – the gathering of information security professionals. It is the largest event of this type in Europe. You made it to London and despite the Tube strike during the days of the event you reached Earls Court. On entering the conference center you […]

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Impressions from European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013

English on May 26th, 2013 No Comments

Big Data, life management platforms, extended enterprise++, fusion drive, dead standards and  identity Silo relaunched. European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013 had lots of new and old topics. The 7th EIC was held for the 3rd time in the Dolce Ballhausforum from 14-17th May, gathering many digital identity thought leaders and making Unterschleissheim the Identity […]

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Time for change: Is OpenAM or OAM the better fit for replacing OpenSSO?

English, OAM, OpenAM, OpenSSO on January 26th, 2013 No Comments

Once upon a time there was a computer company that loved open source software but they forgot to make money. Another big successful company came and bought the other. The big company did not like open source but they know how to make money. Since they already had similar closed-source software products, they decided to […]

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User attributes in the SAML assertion

English on November 30th, 2012 2 Comments

It is nothing really new, but it was a missing feature in the administration GUI of our Public IDP: Configuring which user profile attributes should be sent as an AttributeStatement in a SAML assertion. The feature has always been there, but administrators had to open a service request to have attributes configured. Now, you can […]

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