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OpenSSO Workshop: Creating Federated Relationships

Author: Mark Dixon
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
4:36 pm

I just learned of an interesting session that will be conducted on May 5th in the CommunityOne section of the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.

According to the session abstract:

This session explains how to use OpenSSO to construct a “virtual collaboration stack” that seamlessly integrates popular social networking and Web 2.0 applications such as Dopplr, Facebook, Twitter, or Google Apps with internal enterprise applications. Developers can securely create loosely coupled “virtual collaboration portfolios,” using standard federation protocols. Through the use of OpenSSO, they can create a mosaic of applications and services and provide end users with a single customer view that is personalized to each user.

The presentation demonstrates how to integrate your applications with common Web 2.0 and social networking applications. Among the topics are the following:

  • Overview of federated single sign-on
  • Overview and demonstration of standards-based federation (OpenID, CardSpace, OAuth, SAML, WS*)
  • Identity services using an IDE of choice (NetBeans™ IDE, Eclipse, Visual Studio)
  • Global login, logout, account linking and delinking
  • Web services security

I’ve seen part of the demo. Really cool stuff.

The session will be hosted by Sun Microsystems federation gurus:
Pat Patterson, Daniel Raskin, and Nick Wooler.

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