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From "Chris Custine" <ccust...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Roller Identity Management - Integrating Enterprise Sign On Engine
Date Sun, 16 Sep 2007 05:10:48 GMT
Wow!  Thanks for this info David.  This is the first time I have heard of
the ESOE project, but from a quick glance at their confluence wiki and web
site it definitely appears as though there are some opportunities for
synergy here.  I am going to make it a point to build and test this out in
the following week.  This looks really interesting!

Thanks,
Chris

On 9/15/07, David Jencks <david_jencks@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> This looks to me like it might have some relevance to what we are trying
> to do with triplesec.
>
> thanks
> david jencks
>
> Begin forwarded message:
>
> *From: *Bradley Beddoes <beddoes@intient.com>
> *Date: *September 15, 2007 9:59:10 PM EDT
> *To: *dev@roller.apache.org
> *Subject: **Roller Identity Management - Integrating Enterprise Sign On
> Engine*
> *Reply-To: *dev@roller.apache.org
>
> Hi All,
>
> We have a project called the Enterprise Sign On Engine (
> http://esoeproject.org ) which is an Apache 2.0 licensed platform for
> authentication, authorization and accountability for both internal
> enterprise users and federated contexts.
>
> With ESOE integrated into Roller you would automatically get the
> benefits of using openID and Shibboleth. Roller would also get our
> ability to do true single sign on from Active Directory enabled
> enterprise clients. We also have a very powerful XACML based
> authorization engine which allows some really unique flexibility in
> providing access control to content.
>
> All said and done we are trying to provide a clean general purpose
> solution to identity and federation that can be used across many
> products without needing to continually reimplement this kind of thing.
> You don't have to write your own database for every application you
> create we believe it should and can be the same way with identity.
>
> We intend to support further technologies in the future such as Yahoo's
> BBAuth and Microsofts Identity Card. The really neat thing is that the
> application side doesn't need to be changed at all when these new
> options come on board for end users.
>
> Please take a look around the website and I would really like to talk
> further with you guys if there is an interest in doing some work together.
>
> regards,
> Bradley
>
> --
> Bradley Beddoes
> Lead Software Architect
> Intient
>
> http://intient.com - "Building intelligent open source solutions for
> your enterprise"
>
>
>

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