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Gluu Federation Registry Service

Mike S. September 3, 2013

Using the Gluu Server, your organization can host a local federation. Watch the video Gluu Multi-Party SAML Federation Demo: OX Open Source if you’d like to see more. But this approach to managing a federation is very simple. If you want to host a large federation, you will need to do more. For this reason, Gluu launched a more comprehensive federation management service, detailed below.

Public Site

  • Background
  • Sample Federation Charter,¬†Participation Agreement, Usage Banner
  • Protocol and Software Guidelines
  • Guidelines of Identity Providers
  • Guidelines for Relying Parties, websites or native applications
  • SAML Attribute Schema definitions / OpenID Connect user claim definitions
  • How to Join the Federation
  • List of the Participants (IDPs on the left, RPs on the right)
  • Federation acr parameters for authentication mechanisms

 

Federation Registry Hosting

  • Deployment of Jagger Federation Registry platform
  • Website (SP) registration, management, and support¬†(for participants)
  • IDP registration, management and support (for participants)
  • Admin features for federation management (available only to FR admin)
  • Support for up to two hosted federations: one test, one production
  • Updates to the FR software as requested
  • Monitoring / SLA reporting for the host and FR web server
  • Strong authentication to the FR

 

Federation Operation

  • Publication and distribution of the Federation metadata in SAML and OpenID Connect format every five minutes
  • Discovery Service Hosting (WAYF)

 

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Picture by Nina Kuriloff.

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Mike Schwartz

Mike has been an entrepreneur and identity specialist for more than two decades. He is the technical and business visionary behind Gluu. Mike is an application security expert and has been a featured speaker at RSA Conference, Gartner Catalyst, Cloud Identity Summity (now "Identiverse") and many other security conferences around the world.

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