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  • 6 tips for your next IAM project


    It’s no secret that identity and access management requirements can be extremely diverse from one organization to the next. And because IAM is a fairly specialized skill set, the cost of finding and employing integrators can be high. As with any special purpose integrator, you want to use their services tactically to help you jump … Read more >>

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  • Gluu Server… So Fast!


    One of the questions we get a lot here at Gluu is “How fast is the Gluu Server?” All of the Gluu Server components are horizontally scalable, so the short answer is… “as fast as you want.” Numbers-oriented left-brain engineers feel uncomfortable with this answer. There is an inherent trade-off between speed and flexibility. If … Read more >>

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  • 2015 SXSW Interactive Session Recommendations


    Another holiday season has come and passed. And you know what that means… it’s time to start preparing for SXSW 2015! For those of you with cabin fever, or alternately for the super-organized who are already planning your agenda… roughly every work day until SXSW we will post a new SXSW Interactive session recommendation, with … Read more >>

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  • No Magic — Introducing the IAM Noble Quadrant


    Have you ever looked at an expensive analyst report that positions vendors in a specific industry as leaders, challengers, etc., and wondered how exactly each company was evaluated? For instance, how was it determined that one company’s “completeness of vision” is marginally or significantly “better” than another’s? Maybe a better question though is how relevant … Read more >>

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  • OAuth2 evolution not revolution


    Question: “Our federation runs a well established Shibboleth infrastructure, and all changes would cause considerable costs. What are specific advantages of your AM solution that could justify a replacement of Shibboleth?” There is no reason to rip and replace. In fact SAML is still ahead of OAuth2 with regard to multi-party federation. For applications that … Read more >>

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  • OAuth2 for IoT?


    Today, consumers have no way to centrally manage access to all their Web stuff and IOT devices are threatening to create a whole new silo of security problems. This is one of the reasons I’ve been participating in the Open InterConnect Consortium Security Task Group. People can’t individually manage every IOT device in their house. … Read more >>

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  • Keeping the lights on (or off).


    Someone famous said “If you can switch a light, you can topple an empire.” I don’t have an empire, but it still got me wondering… after IOT happens, how will I control my lights? People have a terrible track record managing the security of their digital IT infrastructure. Whether the hackers are bad guys trying … Read more >>

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