NEWS and UPDATES
February 1, 2010
Cross-posted from independentidentity.blogspot.com
May 8, 2009
I am happy to announce that Project Aristotle won an award for “Best new or improved standard” at the European Identity Conference. The win is shared with the Open Authentication (OAuth) and the Information Card Foundation (ICF).
Aristotle Identity Governance Framework (IGF) Implementations
Project Aristotle is about creating a high-level general purpose application programming interface that enables application developers to access, update, and use Identity information in a privacy respectful, secure, and multi-protocol capable set of application program interfaces.
OpenAz The motivation for the OpenAz project is to facilitate the development of a standard interface framework, which will provide a well-understood common basis for: externalizing authorization from application, supporting use of authorization policy engines, building PEPs, based on XACML foundations, that can be created in a variety of language and technology contexts, and integrating existing authorization infrastructure by abstracting it within a XACML context in order to develop a authorization uniform framework
Wakame ID-WSF 2.0 Client Library
The first project at openLiberty.org is the ID-WSF WSC Client Library ("ClientLib") that will help you more easily build and deploy a wide range of new relying party (identity-consuming) applications.
ZXID Open Source IdM for the Masses - SAML SSO
ZXID aims at full stack implementation of all federated identity management and identity web services protocols. Initial goal is supporting SP role, followed by ID-WSF WSC and IdP roles. We aim at supporting US GSA E-Auth profile.
We have additionally been working on an overview of the Identity Landscape that covers technology standards, OSS projects, and any other relevant activity to help you stay informed of what is going on and where.