Eugenio Pace

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  • Blog Post: Claims Identity Guide–Hands On Labs

    Training content based on our guides has been as popular as the content itself. You can now download the “Release Candidate” for labs corresponding to the new guide . The labs are more than just a mirror of the guide. We took the opportunity of adding a few things that complement and extend what is explained...
  • Blog Post: Authentication in WP7 client with REST Services–Part II

    In the previous post I covered the “semi-passive” way for authentication between a Windows Phone 7 client and a REST service. This post completes the information with the “active” way. There’s nothing unexpected here really: We call the Identity Provider using a RequestSecurityToken message (RST) We...
  • Blog Post: Drop #2 of Claims Identity Guide on CodePlex

    Second drop of samples and draft chapters is now available on CodePlex. Highlights: All 3 samples for ACS v2: (" ACS as a Federation Provider ", " ACS as a FP with Multiple Business Partners " and " ACS and REST endpoints "). These samples extend all the original "Federation...
  • Blog Post: ACS as a Federation Provider – Claims transformation

    To work properly, a-Order needs a number of claims to be supplied: User name Organization Role The "Organization” claim is used to filter orders belonging to a specific customer of Adatum. For example, Litware users (like Rick) will eventually end up with a token containing a claim with “Organization...
  • Blog Post: Our next project – Claims based Identity and Access Control

    Not surprisingly maybe, security in general, and authentication & authorization in particular, is a consistently highly rated concern for our customers. These concerns are especially elevated  with those considering the cloud, because they don’t have as much control on the cloud as they would...
  • Blog Post: Identity Federation Interoperability – WIF + ADFS + CA SiteMinder

      Update: I just found this comprehensive guide for setting up federation with CA SiteMinder. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff754295(WS.10).aspx How it works (Full size diagram here ) End to end demo (Video here ) Technorati Tags: Federated Identity , SSO , Federation Provider , Identity...
  • Blog Post: Identity Federation Interoperability – WIF + ADFS + IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager

      How it works (Full size diagram here ) End to end demo (Video here ) Technorati Tags: ADFS , WIF , Geneva , Identity Federation , Identity Provider , STS , SSO
  • Blog Post: Identity Federation Interoperability – WIF + ADFS + Sun’s OpenSSO

    As I announced some time ago, we’ve been working on a few labs that demonstrate interoperability with 3rd party identity components. More specifically: CA SiteMinder 12.0 IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager 6.2 Sun OpenSSO 8.0 The general architecture of the lab follows what is described in chapter...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Architecture Guide – Part 2 – TailSpin Surveys – AuthN and AuthZ

    Tailspin Surveys is a multitenant, SaaS solution, targeting many different customers. Some of these customers might be “enterprise” with “Big-IT” and are likely to demand advanced integration capabilities for identity (e.g. identity federation). Others, potentially smaller, are likely to not require...
  • Blog Post: Federated Identity interoperability samples

    Customers frequently ask me about interoperability with their non-Microsoft products, and identity is not an exception. There’s roughly 2 set of scenarios that come up often: A relying party (an application) built on the Microsoft stack trusting a non-Microsoft Identity Provider. A non-Microsoft application...
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