JANUA settled in 2004 in Sophia-Antipolis, south-east of France. JANUA specialises in IAM (security, access control, identity management) and Open Source integration. It offers high value-added consulting, integration, products and services with a concern for identity management and Open Source components.
This blog post was first published @ http://identityrocks.blogspot.fr/, included here with permission. Consumer identity is a core asset to your business. Unlocking authorization and leveraging it into your business processes and (micro) services helps you in this endeavor as it drives a yet higher level of personalization and how users interact with resources and objects. In a recent post titled …
In this article, I will install and configure OpenDJ on two nodes running Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7 x86_64. OpenDJ will be configured with multi-master replication between both nodes. The same procedure should work on any RHEL 5.x or 6.x derivative. Node names are foo-0001prjenv and foo-0002prjenv.
Avec l’émergence de l’Internet des objets, de nombreux objets et appareils risquent de se transformer, si ce n’est déjà fait, en "objets connectés zombie" et ainsi être utilisés par des pirates pour commettre leurs méfaits.
This blog post was first published @ www.fedji.com, included here with permission. If you experience Deja Vu by looking at the illustration just below, chances are that you’ve hit my blogs before, in particular on this entry, where we looked at ForgeRock OpenAM as an Identity Provider and ForgeRock OpenIG as a Service Provider. A friend asked me if I …
This blog post was first published @ identityrelationshipmanagement.blogspot.co.uk, included here with permission. IoT and smart device style use cases, often require the need to authorize a device to act on behalf of a user. A common example is things like smart TV’s, home appliances or wearables, that are powerful enough to communicate over HTTPS, and will often access services and …
Successful organizations must be able to securely manage ever-evolving devices and connected things, as well as the billions of relationships between these devices, their users and digital services that come with the IoT.
So what is SPNEGO? SPNEGO stands for Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO). It is a mechanism by which an authenticating body negotiates with the authenticator what security protocol to use, for example Kerberos, NTLM, Digest or Basic
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PART 1 In The Same Forest
I'd like to start by explaining some of the terms that will be used throughout this article.
So what is SPNEGO?
SPNEGO stands for Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiatio
As our world continues to evolve, our businesses are finding themselves in a position where they need to evolve, too. To that effect, perhaps our software development methods should be reconsidered and rebuilt for this new world.
This blog post was first published @ www.fedji.com, included here with permission. The video demonstration embedded below this write-up is dangerously similar to the video here , published more than three months ago. I’ve had challenges making this one though, which is when my colleagues Jon Knight and Albert Ayoub stepped forward to lend a helping hand. So if you …
Le fondateur de Janua, Pascal Flamand, interviendra lors de la table ronde d'ouverture du forum Industria 2015: 18h30 - 20h Table ronde : « Révolution Numérique : un changement radical pour les activités industrielles … »
This blog post was first published @ www.fedji.com, included here with permission. In a couple of blog posts published in the recent past, One on ForgeRock OpenAM and another on ForgeRock OpenIDM, we had a look at configuring E-mail Services in the aforesaid Products. And it’ll be grossly unfair, if we don’t touch upon the same topic in ForgeRock’s Directory …
This blog post was first published @ www.fedji.com, included here with permission. No one wants to stay logged in on to the User Interface of a Provisioning Tool, waiting for the approval requests to flood into their queue in order to take an appropriate action. We have other things to do in life and for matters that require our attention …
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