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Sun, today, announced the release and availability of Sun Java System Communication Suite 7. Click here for more details.
A couple of days forward to the announcement about the availability of OpenSSO Express 8, I met up with the folks in the photograph below at our Learning Center in Bangalore for a five day session on OpenSSO deployment. Thanks to David Goldsmith for developing a near perfect OpenSSO Deployment Labs, employing the powerful features of Solaris 10 OS like Solaris Containers and ZFS, giving the audience of this program an experience close to a real time OpenSSO deployment.
Since the course used a number of software components like Glassfish, WebServer, ‘OpenDS’, Directory Server EE and of course OpenSSO, I requested all participants to help me do a quick review of the entire course on the last day by doing a teach back. Thanks to each of them for doing a good job reviewing the topics well, helping each other gain considerably good clarity on the overall contents of the course.
For me, the bygone week was nothing less than immensely satisfying.
OpenSSO Express 8, an interim release of Sun OpenSSO Enterprise is now available for download. Check out Sidharth’s blog to have a quick look at the new and exciting features in OpenSSO Express 8 (Yippee, support for MySQL as User Data Store). Should you wish to have a detailed study on the OpenSSO Express 8, click here.
Wishing all a very happy Onam.