This week's book giveaway is in the OCAJP 8 forum. We're giving away four copies of OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide and have Edward Finegan & Robert Liguori on-line! See this thread for details.
Rolecall is an identity management framework that provides Single Sign-On (SSO) support to both J2EE and .NET applications. New features are aimed at service provider integration with frameworks such as JAAS and OSUser.
Rolecall provides single sign-on capabilities to environments with multiple web applications so that users need to login just once to access all your web applications. You can even configure Rolecall to use your existing Active Directory, Novell NDS, LDAP server or custom user store so that your web applications share login credentials with your existing security infrastructure.
* Group based Principal and Application management. * External Principal and Group management support. * Clean, powerful and easy-to-use web-based interface for user account and access administration. * Email notifications to users of account changes. * Supports application-layer security restrictions for Principal management. * Pre-built J2EE integration libraries. * Supports most relational database engines, including Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL, and PostgreSQL. * Simple installation on any J2EE application server or standalone distributions (Orion and Tomcat).
Rolecall is available for download in two different formats, standalone and a WAR distribution. We recommend you download the Standalone version for evaluation purposes, this version will allow you to get up and running with the least amount of effort.
Are you working on software released under an Open Source License?
If so, Valtira has license options for your project support needs. Do you need a single sign-on solution to integrate all of your project management tools like Jive, Confluence, and JIRA? Use Rolecall free of cost for your project.
Requirements for our licenses for Open Source projects are:
* Our software must be supporting your Open Source efforts and not unrelated commercial efforts. You can be a commercial entity, but you require a different license to support your commercial needs. * Open Source efforts are considered projects releasing their software under a commonly accepted Open Source license.