JOSSO 2.0 Released: Point-and-Click Internet SSO


News: JOSSO 2.0 Released: Point-and-Click Internet SSO

  1. JOSSO 2.0 has been finally released into the wild, enabling rapid Internet-scale Single Sign-On implementations by natively supporting SAML2 as well as playing nice with other standards in the identity arena such as SPML, WS-Trust and WS-Security.
    We've also raised the bar for usability and overall user experience; Federated Single Sign-On settings can now be visually designed, delivered and managed through the RIA Console bundled with the product.
    The out-of-the-box experience has also been significantly enhanced by providing an all-in-one solution.
    Last but not least, JOSSO2 brings to the table seamless multi-tenancy support through the "virtualization" of Internet SSO deployments.

    Join us for our upcoming free webinar on JOSSO2 in a timezone near you :

    What's new in JOSSO 2.0 :

    • SAML2 interoperability for enabling seamless interoperability with third-party SSO systems and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications
    • Bundled with a RIA (Rich Internet Application) Console for delivering a point-and-click Internet SSO setup experience
    • Allows visual management of the complete lifecycle of SSO deployments
    • Provides a GUI-based account and entitlement management facility
    • Multi-tenancy support : Multiple isolated Federated SSO implementations can execute in parallel
    • Native high-availability and scalability support, hence no need to depend on application server/container capabilities
    • Cross Platform : Full compatibility with all the execution platforms supported in the JOSSO1 family
    • Capable of supporting any number of SSO protocol or custom extensions to the existing ones through it's new plug-in model

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    If you are interested in seeing how an identity architecture can  be visually modelled and realized as an executable artifact, this video is for you :

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