Gluu Server v3 includes support for Shibboleth v3 and OpenLDAP
New components and new features highlight the latest version of the Gluu Server.
- Update of Shibboleth SAML IDP to version 3
- Jetty replaces Tomcat as Java servlet container
- OpenLDAP replaces OpenDJ as default LDAP server
- Support for more authentication mechanisms including Social Login and One-Time Passwords (OTP)
- Centralized logging
- Improved audit logging capabilities for OAuth 2.0
- Faster performance
Learn more about what’s new in v3 the updated Gluu Server documentation.
Austin, TX — February 28, 2017 — Gluu announced today the release of version 3.0 of the Gluu Server, its industry leading free open source identity and access management (IAM) platform. The new version includes upgraded components and several new features. This design will also facilitate development of the containerized Gluu Server Docker Edition which enables elastic scalability.
“The release of version 3 is the result of lots of great feedback from the community, and lots of hard work by Gluu’s global development team” said Gluu CEO Mike Schwartz. “We expect the 3.x branch to be a stable distribution of the Gluu Server for many years to come.”
The Gluu Server has been deployed by thousands of organizations to solve a wide range of identity and access management problems, including single sign-on (SSO), customer authentication, web and API access management, multi-factor authentication and more.
Version upgrades are made to not only improve performance, security, and usability, but to add new features that respond to the specific needs of the community. To that end, current users are always encouraged to upgrade to the latest version.
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Gluu publishes identity and access management software that universities, government agencies and companies can use to securely identify people and manage what information they are allowed to access. Using Gluu’s products, an organization can centralize its authentication and authorization service and leverage standards such as OAuth 2.0, SAML, OpenID Connect, and FIDO U2F to offer customers, employees, and partners single sign-on (SSO) and strong authentication.