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So was "Strata" the code name for "Azure" or what? If not, what does it represent in your diagram?
It is a great idea, but they don't support very many SSL certificate providers today. I cannot connect my AD implementation because I got my certificate from digicert. They only support Verisign, Entrust, and Network Solutions today. Please encourage that team to support more certficates, including wildcard certs.
Shan: I ran accross your comment and I'm sorry it's been a few weeks. If you see this, please call DigiCert and ask for me. I'd be happy to help.
CTO, DigiCert Inc