First Release of OpenAM

Jessica Thornsby

ForgeRock release OpenAM 9.5, promising easy migration for OpenSS0 users.

The first release of ForgeRock’s OpenAM is now

In Feburary 2010, ForgeRock announced they would continue to
develop and support OpenSS0 after Oracle announced they would
discontinue development. Due to restrictions on the OpenSSO brand,
ForgeRock renamed the product OpenAM.

“This is an important milestone for the OpenAM community,” said
Simon Phipps, chief strategy officer at ForgeRock. “This
achievement marks the first fully community-sourced release of
OpenAM. We’re very pleased that users of OpenSSO Enterprise 8 can
easily and freely migrate to OpenAM 9.5 now that the updates have
been made.”

OpenAM 9.5 offers enterprise single sign-on, a new monitoring
framework, and multi-platform support. The embedded configuration
store now utilises the OpenDS 2.3 engine.

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