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  • Gluu’s Business Model


    After listening to a session at SXSWV2V by Patrick van der Pijl, I was encouraged to read Business Model Generation, and to develop the business model diagram below for Gluu.

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  • SXSW 2015: How API access control = monetization + freedom


    Control access to your APIs, and you can charge for them. Large companies see API access management at scale as a competitive advantage and a way to lock in customers. Think about Google docs: it only works if both parties have an account at Google. But the greatness of the Internet was not achieved by … Read more >>

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  • Gluu SXSW 2015 Interactive Picks


    Voting for SXSW 2015 interactive sessions is NOW OPEN! Approximately every day until voting ends we’ll highlight a new proposal that seems worthy of inclusion in SXSWi 2015, with a bias towards security related topics. Click on any session title below to access the voting page.   NEW TODAY! Rapid On-Boarding; Building Password-less Apps This … Read more >>

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  • 17 Recommended Requirements for an Identity and Access Management POC


    We get requests for POC’s quite often. In an attempt to provide tactical guidance to organizations developing an identity and access management POC, the following are our top recommended criteria for evaluation. By adding some or all of these requirements to your POC, your organization can limit vendor lock-in and ensure that the solutions considered … Read more >>

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  • Symplified… So long and thanks for all the fish!


    As many of you have heard, Symplified is exiting the access management market. The company’s founders had a long history in the single sign-on business, having founded Securant in the late nineties. Securant was acquired by RSA in September 2001, and evolved into RSA Cleartrust, which is still in production today at many organizations. It seemed logical … Read more >>

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  • Authentication Speed Versus Flexibility: Benchmarking SSO


    Gluu has been working quite a bit recently on benchmarking, and the question came up whether it’s better to use the Gluu Server’s built in LDAP authentication with a custom filter, or the Jython based “Custom Authentication Interception Script.” If you are just considering throughput, the Jython script has more CPU overhead. However, it gives … Read more >>

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  • Simple User Registration and Dynamic Enrollment : cms + ecommerce


    There are many unique business requirements and workflows that determine how new people are registered at an organization. This blog will focus on a single, relatively simple use case: an organization that uses password credentials, where there is a CMS that manages content, an eCommerce platform that completes the sale, and a Gluu Server. Let’s … Read more >>

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