For those of you who have been following my blog, you'll know I've been talking for sometime about IGF and the need for a declarative identity API in order to making identity services more relevant to developers. Here's your chance to see more about what I've been talking about all this time.
ArisID, the first open source software implementing Liberty Identity Governance Framework (IGF) components, provides enterprise developers and system architects with a library for building enterprise-grade identity-enabled applications using multiple identity protocols, and lays the groundwork for allowing enterprises to manage and audit the identity requirements of business applications based on declarative IGF policy specifications. This webcast will provide participants with an overview of the ArisID API, discuss benefits for developers and enterprises, and review the project roadmap. Developers will understand how to begin using ArisID to build IGF-based applications and the identity community and vendors will gain insight into how the open source ArisID API and information providers help fulfill multi-protocol identity management requirements.
For more information, check out Paul and Robin's blog posts, scooping me on my own presentation! :-)
Looking forward to the webcast... It's great to see the ArisID libs coming of age and raising their visibility.
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