ForgeRock Blog Archive

Tag: OpenAM

Daniel Raskin

Author: Daniel Raskin

What’s Up in the Cloud? ForgeRock’s New Cloud Foundry OpenAM Service Broker

May. 24, 2016

  With the Cloud Foundry Summit underway in Santa Clara this week, we thought it would be a good time to announce our preview version of a new identity service broker for the Cloud Foundry platform. An extension of the OpenAM project, the new service broker will allow externally deployed ForgeRock solutions to protect applications…

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John Pinson

Author: John Pinson

Checking in with ForgeRock Co-Founder Jonathan Scudder

May. 10, 2016

The KuppingerCole Access Management and Federation Leadership Compass is one of the identity industry’s most-awaited analyst publications of the year. It offers an in-depth review of the main players in the market, classifying each as Followers, Challengers or Leaders – similar to Gartner Magic Quadrant reports or the Forrester Wave. The 2016 edition was warmly…

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John Pinson

Author: John Pinson

IAM Solution of the Year

Oct. 13, 2015

Good News from the Computing Security Awards Last Thursday, October 8th, the same day we held our very successful Identity Summit in London (and for a recap of that event, check out this post) we got word that ForgeRock OpenAM had been named Identity and Access Management Solution of the Year for 2015 at the…

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Sean Flynn

Author: Sean Flynn

Get Your Questions Answered at ForgeRock BackStage Knowledge Base

Sep. 14, 2015

Senior Director Customer Success, Americas Mission:  At the end of 2014, we quietly rolled out our new ForgeRock BackStage Knowledge Base, a one-stop shop for support information on all ForgeRock products, tools and resources. Since then we’ve continually added new articles and how-to content to the point where we wanted to put out a formal…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

It’s happened: There are no hypothetical IoT wearables anymore

Jun. 2, 2015

[written by Eve Maler, VP Innovation & Emerging Technology, @xmlgrrl] The year was 2000, and those of us who had invented XML were going around talking it up. Dan Connolly of the World Wide Web Consortium would use a hypothetical example of a schema, the Pig Farmers’ Markup Language, to discuss XML’s benefits. Only a few…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

Achieving Scalable Access Control and Privacy Protection With User-Managed Access

May. 5, 2015

With so much data online, absolute secrecy of private or confidential information is impractical because, often enough, you must share it for good reason, such as disclosing your income to your tax accountant or sharing your health information with your insurance and potentially with different doctors. In addition to software safeguards, ensuring that proprietary information…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

OpenAM And The ELK Stack – A Security Event Dashboard

Apr. 27, 2015

Being able to monitor what’s going with business- or mission-critical software is key to any IT organization. Be it for troubleshooting, auditing, business or IT performance reviews, SLAs, or what have you. OpenAM, like ForgeRock’s other products, can produce a wealth of logging and auditing information. In fact, we’re working towards a very nice audit…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

ForgeRock OpenAM is now OpenID Certified

Apr. 22, 2015

Confirms interoperability between identity systems in order to support a vibrant ecosystem The OpenID Foundation has introduced a Certification Test to ensure quality and to provide customers with assurance that products and services adhere to the specifications, and that software vendor’s implementations conform to specified profiles of the OpenID Connect standard. We are delighted to…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

The Power of REST APIs for Mobile Developers

Mar. 25, 2015

More and more mobile devices are being used around the globe, and more developers than ever before are writing native mobile applications on popular mobile platforms. Making it as easy as possible to directly build in security-related features such as SSO (Single Sign-On), Authentication, and Authorization, is key for the developer’s productivity. The easier it…

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Markus Weber

Author: Markus Weber

OpenAM 11.0.3 Now Available!

Mar. 20, 2015

Earlier today we announced the release of OpenAM 11.0.3. As part of our commercial open source model, this release is available to customers only. OpenAM 11.0.3 includes fixes for issues that we announced in our February security advisory and a new advisory that we published today. It also includes a few key enhancements. We highly…

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