In this episode of the podcast, Daniel and Chris are joined by Andy Hall and Simon Moffatt from ForgeRock product management. Topics include how and why context is important in identity, the recent ForgeRock Identity Summit and Unconference in Australia, the Olympic medal counts, and how Daniel gets into his Australian accent by saying “Bondi Beach.”
Identity Disorder, Episode 2: It’s a DevOps World, We Just Live In It
In the second episode of Identity Disorder, join Daniel and me as we chat with ForgeRock’s resident DevOps guru Warren Strange. Topics include why DevOps and elastic environments are a bit like herding cattle, how ForgeRock works in a DevOps world, more new features in the mid-year 2016 ForgeRock Identity Platform release, the Pokémon training center next to Daniel’s house, and if Canada might also consider withdrawing from its neighbors.
I’m excited to introduce a new podcast series hosted by Daniel Raskin and myself. The series will focus on (what we hope are!) interesting identity topics, news about ForgeRock, events, and much more. Take a listen to the debut episode below where we discuss why and how to get rid of passwords, how stateless OAuth2 tokens work, and some current events, too!
I am a bit rusted in this area, and since I was doing it only for fun and on my “idle” time, it took a while. Anyway, here the openam.js wrapper and the openamUtils.js utility library. https://github.com/ForgeRock/openamjs
openamUtils.js is another wrapper to render configurable Login Buttons and Login Boxes. It uses openam.js and the css style contained in the github repository, of course you can adjust the css to your needs but it should work nicely out of the box. This wrapper does not need JQuery, but of course you can combine it with any other JS UI framework. In the future I would like to create another library combined with bootstrap.
Before trying the library and examples be sure to configure your OpenAM to support CORS (see this blog entry for more info on CORS and OpenAM, hint it involves to modify the web.xml of OpenAM or modify your Web Container -Tomcat for example has CORS support-).
The documentation is available for both libraries here:
Beside a cleaner look and feel and a long awaited reorganisation of content, the new version enables better collaboration around the open source projects and initiatives. You will find Forums, for general discussions or project specific ones, new Groups around specific topics like UMA or IoT. We’ve also added a calendar with different views, so that you can find or suggest events, conferences, webinars touching the projects and IRM at large.
Great work Aron and Marius for the new ForgeRock.org site ! Thank you.
And we’ve also announced a new project OpenUMA. If you haven’t paid attention to it yet, I suggest you do now. User-Managed Access (UMA) is an OAuth-based protocol that enables an individual to control the authorization of data sharing and service access made by others. The OpenUMA community shares an interest in informing, improving, and extending the development of UMA-compatible open-source software as part of ForgeRock’s Open Identity Stack.