19 Sep 2014

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Ludovic Poitou - ForgeRock: Some OpenIG related articles…

My coworkers have been better than me at writing blog articles about OpenIG (at least faster). Here are a few links : Simon Moffat describes the benefits of OAuth2.0 and OpenID Connect and how to start using those with OpenIG 3.0. Warren Strange went a little bit further and with a short introduction to OpenIG, […]

19 Sep 2014 7:25am GMT

Anil John: Please Take My 2014 Reader Survey

Please complete a reader survey

19 Sep 2014 3:30am GMT

18 Sep 2014

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Ludovic Poitou - ForgeRock: New ForgeRock product available : OpenIG 3.0

Since the beginning of the year, I've taken an additional responsibility at ForgeRock: Product Management for a new product finally named ForgeRock Open Identity Gateway (built from the OpenIG open source project). OpenIG is not really a new project, as it's been an optional module of OpenAM for the last 2 years. But with a […]

18 Sep 2014 4:11pm GMT

Nat Sakimura: 車輪は丸くなったのか〜ID関連標準の成熟度と動向

ID&ITのサイトは仮題のままですが、明日、ANAホテルで「車輪は丸くなったのか〜ID関連標準の成熟度と動向」というタイトルで30分ほどスピーチさせていただきます。セッション番号は GE-05 です。外タレ、ナッ […]

18 Sep 2014 12:58pm GMT

17 Sep 2014

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Ian Glazer: Finding your identity (content) at Dreamforce

Dreamforce is simply a force of nature (excuse the pun.) There are more sessions (1,400+) then you could possibly attend even if you clone yourself a few times over. And that's not even including some amazing keynotes. Needless to say there's a ton to occupy your time when you come join us. The Salesforce Identity team has been […]

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17 Sep 2014 10:07pm GMT

Ian Glazer:

Dreamforce is simply a force of nature (excuse the pun.) There are more sessions (1,400+) then you could possibly attend even if you clone yourself a few times over. And that's not even including some amazing keynotes. Needless to say there's a ton to occupy your time when you come join us. The Salesforce Identity […]

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17 Sep 2014 10:05pm GMT

Nishant Kaushik - Oracle: My Relationship with Metadata: It’s Complicated!

Ever since the Snowden revelations broke, there has been a lot of interest in metadata, with a lot of ink (or should that be bytes?) devoted to defining exactly what it is, where it can be gathered from, who is capable (and how) of doing said gathering, and most importantly of all, if it is...

17 Sep 2014 9:27pm GMT

OpenID.net: General Availability of Microsoft OpenID Connect Identity Provider

Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Azure Active Directory OpenID Connect Identity Provider. It supports the discovery of provider information as well as session management (logout). On this occasion, the OpenID Foundation wants to recognize Microsoft for its contributions to the development of the OpenID Connect specifications and congratulate them on the general availability of their [...]

17 Sep 2014 2:45pm GMT

OpenID.net: Review of Proposed Errata to OpenID Connect Specifications

The OpenID Connect Working Group recommends the approval of Errata to the following specifications: OpenID Connect Core 1.0 - Defines the core OpenID Connect functionality: authentication built on top of OAuth 2.0 and the use of Claims to communicate information about the End-User OpenID Connect Discovery 1.0 - Defines how Relying Parties dynamically discover information [...]

17 Sep 2014 1:05am GMT

OpenID.net: Review of Proposed Implementer’s Draft of OpenID 2.0 to OpenID Connect Migration Specification

The OpenID Connect Working Group recommends approval of the following specification as an OpenID Implementer's Draft: OpenID 2.0 to OpenID Connect Migration 1.0 - Defines how to migrate from OpenID 2.0 to OpenID Connect An Implementer's Draft is a stable version of a specification providing intellectual property protections to implementers of the specification. This note [...]

17 Sep 2014 12:59am GMT

16 Sep 2014

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Gluu: The Gluu Server: the WordPress of IAM

One of our goals for the Gluu Server is to replicate the success of WordPress, the popular open source content management system (CMS) used by more than 72 million domains on the Internet (including this one!). Along the way, we've identified many similarities between the two platforms. Just like a CMS, every domain on the … Read more >>

16 Sep 2014 5:20pm GMT

Katasoft: New Pricing: More API Calls, More Options!

New Stormpath Pricing

We're excited to announce new pricing tiers for Stormpath!

Since launching last year, we have kept our pricing stable and simple as we watched early customers use the API. Our goal: learn what our customers care about and then tailor pricing to people's actual usage and concerns. Now we know!

Raised Included API Calls

The biggest piece of feedback we received: it's hard to know how many API calls you need before building your app. To that end, we raised the API calls included at each tier, to 1M, 5M, 10M or more, respectively. So, no matter what you're building, you should have more than enough API calls to get started and we can affordably scale with you. If you get a big signup surge, you will have more important things to deal with.

An API call to Stormpath just got a lot cheaper.

Flat Rate for Additional API Calls

We flattened the rate for additional API calls. Any calls over what's included in your tier will be billed at $0.20/1000 API calls, a huge decrease relative to our prior plans. A flat rate is just easier for everyone.

Cheaper Access to the Full API

We lowered the cost of the tier that gets you full access to the API - features like Hosted Login screens and LDAP for $149 per month (instead of $295), per app. It comes with 5M API calls, so fire away. This is a great option for straight forward applications, with 5x the API calls of the old Premium Tier and access to the same features.

One Big Change

The lowest paid tier is increasing from $19 to $49, and is now limited to one application, with the number of included API calls raised to 1M. Why? Most customers at this tier are building proof-of-concept apps or one small app, and we need to balance affordability with access. This new tier gives customers a lot more room to load test, and also raises the API calls included. And at $49/month we can afford to give them great service.

Free Developer Tier Is Still Free. Forever.

The developer tier still gets 100,000 API calls each month, unlimited users and groups, and social login features for one application.

Current customers keep their old plans, but most will save money on the new model. Contact support@stormpath.com to find out how.

Customers with Sprint pricing for Startups can keep those perks on their current pricing plan or port the discount to a new tier.

The "Stormpath Admin" Application that is created by default will not count toward per-app pricing.

As ever, we welcome your feedback in the comments below. Our goal at Stormpath is to make developers' lives easier with a "no brainer" service. We hope this new pricing plan means everyone developing against Stormpath can spend less time worrying about API limits, and more time building awesome products!

16 Sep 2014 3:00pm GMT

Julian Bond: New Taboos (Outspoken Authors) by John Shirley

PM Press (2013), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 128 pages
[from: Librarything]

16 Sep 2014 7:34am GMT

Julian Bond: I'll just leave this here.

I'll just leave this here.

"If there is no centre, we're all on the edge."

From this review.
http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=15628
Review: Various - Worth The Weight Vol. 2 »
Punch Drunk's second compilation reflects the dubstep diaspora a couple of generations deep.

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16 Sep 2014 7:29am GMT

Julian Bond: I was looking for something else and just found this from 2004. Dig those forgotten cultural references...

I was looking for something else and just found this from 2004. Dig those forgotten cultural references! Not entirely sure where it came from so needs citation.

The revolution will be blogged.

You will be able to stay home, brother.
You will be able to plug in, turn on and get your own IP.
You will be able to lose yourself on generic V.i.a.g.r.a and Prozac,
Skip out for a Frapuccino during the free pr0n download,
Because the revolution will be blogged.

The revolution will be blogged.
The revolution will not be brought to you by the NY Times
in 4 parts with commercial popups after a one time registration.
The revolution will not show you pictures of Bush
landing on a carrier and leading a charge by John
Ashcroft, Douglas Rumsfeld and Dick Chaney to eat
the profits stolen on the way to Iraq.
The revolution will be blogged.

The revolution will not be brought to you by
the RIAA and will not star Britney
Spears and Paris Hilton or Eminem and Madonna.
The revolution will not give your iPod a new battery.
The revolution will not lock you in with DRM.
The Atkins diet will not make you look five pounds
thinner, because the revolution will be blogged, Brother.

There will be a webcam of you and Winona Ryder
pushing that shopping cart down the block on the dead run,
and Marsha Stewart trying to sneak the drug money past the SEC.
You will be able to predict the winner at 8:32
and get reports from 563 districts because,
The revolution will be blogged.

There will be phonecam pictures of pigs shooting down
brothers on TextAmerica.
There will be phonecam pictures of pigs shooting down
brothers on TextAmerica.
There will be pictures of Rush Limbaugh being
run out of ABC on a rail for "Addiction to prescription drugs".
There will be slow motion and 360 degree QTVR of John
Kerry strolling through Watts in a doubleknit leisure suit
that he had been saving
For just the proper occasion.

Gap, Starbucks, and Hooters will no longer be so damned relevant,
and women will not care if Aleks finally gets down with
Carrie on Sex in the City because people of colour, or even
no colour at all, will be online looking for a brighter day.
The revolution will be blogged.

There will be no highlights on the eleven o'clock
news and no pictures of heavily pierced women
activists or Condoleeza Rice blowing her nose.
The theme song will not be written by Moby,
the Red Hot Chili Peppers, nor sung by Beyonce, Justin
Timberlake, Sheryl Crow, Alicia Keys, or R.E.M.
The revolution will be blogged.

The revolution will not be right back after a message from our leader about weapons of mass destruction, homeland security, or the axis of evil.
You will not have to worry about anthrax in your
post, armed sky marshalls, or biometric ID cards.
The revolution will not give you a transportable TV entertainment center.
The revolution will not help you to be all you want to be.
The revolution will put you in control of the keyboard.

The revolution will be blogged, will be blogged,
will be blogged, will be blogged.
The revolution will be no re-run brothers;
The revolution will be live.
[from: Google+ Posts]

16 Sep 2014 7:08am GMT

Ludovic Poitou - ForgeRock: 4 years !

Four years ago, exactly I was free from all obligations with my previous employer and started to work for ForgeRock. My first goal was to setup the French subsidiary and start thinking of building a team to take on development of what we named a coming later OpenDJ. 4 years later, I look at where […]

16 Sep 2014 7:00am GMT