I am offering an introductory special to ForgeRock’s Identity (I3) Stack. I am calling this the “Sequester Special”. You get free software (**ForgeRock support license required for binaries used in a production environment**) and a reduced rate on professional services.
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I am wrapping a crazy busy week. Probably one of my most technically in-depth week in a really long time. So what kept me busy? Deep-diving into OpenAM’s Entitlement’s engine, learning about it’s REST interfaces and how to extend OpenAM to leverage custom service types. I’ll explain later since I (more...)
In response to a post that I had written before on how to install OpenDJ and OpenAM I had someone remind me that I never came back and wrote the follow on post (which I had promised to do). They posted the question to my other blog site (which I (more...)
I have been installing the ForgeRock stack on Ubuntu a lot lately. One of the things that I noticed is that when configuring OpenAM and OpenDJ for automatic startup you need to let OpenDJ finish starting up before starting Tomcat (OpenAM) … otherwise OpenAM will not be able to find (more...)
I am working with a client today who has Oracle Identity Federation (OIF) 11g configured with Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 10g as the default Authentication Engine. With this configuration the authentication module is dictated by the OAM policy configuration. If you set the OAM policy (the policy that protects the (more...)
So, this is not my “typical” IDM post but I wanted to save this for my own future reference.
Working from Mac OS X desktop and connecting to an EC2 (Redhat) instance over SSH. I am installing and configuring Symfony which requires (strongly desires) that you connect to (more...)
I just finished configuring Oracle Access Manager (OAM) for Common Access Card (CAC) authentication integrated with Axway’s Server Validator (SV)Plugin ( I will blog about this in another post ) for certificate validation. While discussing this with another engineer on the project he mentioned that this really opened the door (more...)
I had an interesting use case come up this morning and I am wondering if there are any “federation” products that can handle this use case. My client would like to configure the IDP to handle different sets of users (let’s call them “internal” and “external”). To avoid the external (more...)
I just got this from my friends at OptimalIDM and wanted to share this news.
OptimalIDM is formally announcing their Virtual Identity Server for Office 365 via a press release at 9:00 a.m. this morning.
VIS for Office 365 adds a ton of features and support to Office 365 (more...)