Yay – Java SE 6 on Leopard!!!
I mentioned our upcoming CommunityOne session back when I posted my Spring/Summer schedule; now I have a time and place, since the CommunityOne schedule was just published. We’ll be presenting “OpenSSO Workshop: Creating Federated Relationships with Software as a Service, Social Networking, and Web 2.0 Applications” on Monday May 5 at 4pm in Hall E 135.
By the way, CommunityOne is free of charge to attend, though you do need to register. See you there!
Nice pic of me kicking off my OpenSSO preso at FISL – thanks, boaglio!
As promised, here are the slides to my presentation this evening at FISL 9.0. I’ve had a great time here in Brazil – wonderful people, fabulous food and kicking cachaça. I’ll definitely be back sometime in the future.
As I just blogged over at The Aquarium, Aravindan, Lakshman and Marina just published part 3 of their series on the new identity services functionality available now in OpenSSO and coming soon in Sun Federated Access Manager 8.0: Securing Applications With Identity Services, Part 3: User Attributes.
User attributes are key for delivering personalized services, and are often the main reason for authenticating the user in the first place. Go read the article – whether you’re a RESTafarian or on the SOAPy side – you can quickly and easily put OpenSSO’s identity services to work.
You’ll be able to download the slides soon – I’ll update this entry with the link.
As he mentions in the video, Iwakata-san has also been working on an OpenSSO Extension for Hitachi Finger Vein Authentication. You can find the code in the OpenSSO CVS at opensso/extensions/authnhfvb, or browse it online. I’ll write more about this extension when I get back home from Brazil.
Cool stuff – a sensible subset of SAML 2.0 making it easier to grok. Does Andreas ever sleep???
Even allowing for the fact that this MUST have been made in a knowing, ironic frame of mind, it’s super-lame.