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Gluu releases first version of OpenXDI (OX)

Michael Schwartz July 1, 2011

Gluu announced today the release of OpenXDI (OX) version 0.0, an implementation of the XDI 1.0 standard under review by the OASIS XDI Technical Committee. This initial release provides a core Java API for XDI, a graphical browser for displaying XDI graphs, and an XDI server which provides XDI persistence, operations, and messaging. OX leverages XRI 3.0, a separate OASIS proposed standard for persistent and re-assignable naming objects on the Internet.

“The imminent completion of the XDI 1.0 standard represents the culmination of years of hard work by the OASIS XDI Technical Committee. All of us at Gluu are grateful for the opportunity to bring this vision to life in code,” said Michael Schwartz, Founder / CEO of Gluu. “Today, privacy on the Internet is broken. The architects of the Internet did not design the network to address the complex security and privacy requirements that are needed by our society. XRI and XDI technology is a deep structural solution to empower people and organizations to both share and protect data that is essential for their digital existence,” he continued.

OX software is open source; the latest code and documentation is posted on the project wiki at http://openxdi.gluu.info.

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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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