Atricore Inc. - the company that created JOSSO - has launched the Atricore Identity Bus, a new SAML2-compliant Open Source platform for standard-based Identity Federation.
Atricore Identity Bus provides a foundation for next-generation federated identity services in a secure and easy-to-manage implementation. It works with existing enterprise identity management infrastructures from a variety of vendors, right out of the box; and it easily scales and adapts to meet future identity and access management requirements.
The good news for JOSSO users is that Atricore Identity Bus enables your JOSSO-based deployment to scale out-of-the-box to a Federated setting based on SAML2.
Built from the ground up to support Security Assertion Markup Language Release 2 (SAML2), WS-Trust, Service Provisioning Markup Language (SPML) .
Atricore Identity Bus feature highlights include: :
- SAML Support - Built from the ground up to support SAML Release 2
- Federated Single Sign-On - Can realize both Identity Provider (Inbound) and Service Provider (Outbound) operational roles with any protocol stack
- Out-of-the-box JOSSO compatibility - Full JOSSO Single Sign-On protocol compatibility
- Transparent Single Sign-On - SSO Agents for mainstream application server and web containers are provided such as BEA Web Logic, Websphere, Jboss, Tomcat among others .
- Lightweight - Leverages the Spring container
- Process Oriented - Describe identity messaging flows using standard BPM notation
- Standards-based design - SAML, WS-Trust, SPML, Java EE, OSGi
- Pluggable - Provides a pluggable architecture that allows organizations to use their preferred identity stack.
- Flexible deployment configurations - Ranging from embedded, JavaEE, and standalone containers.
- Professionally Supported - Three different support packages designed to support a vast majority of implementations
- Open Source - Commercially friendly license
For more information about the Atricore Identity Bus please see the product flyer.
or download the free and open source distribution from the community website.