The Open Web SSO project was an access management system created by Sun Microsystems. During the Oracle’s purchase of Sun, the project was terminated. A fork of the project is developed by ForgeRock as a commercial product called OpenAM or ForgeRock Access Management.
Project Metro develops and evolves the codebase for Web Services Interoperability Technologies (WSIT) that enable interoperability between the Java platform and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) (aka Indigo).
Project Metro's WSIT tecnology is bundled inside GlassFish. It is also possible to
... [More] download a more recent version of Metro and install into GlassFish or Tomcat.
Project Metro uses JAX-WS and JAXB as a foundation upon which WSIT provides web services features such as bootstrapping communication, optimizing communication, reliable messaging, atomic transactions, security and trust. [Less]
Apache Rampart is a toolkit that provides implementations of the
WS-Sec* specifications for Apache Axis2, based on Apache WSS4J
and the Apache AXIOM-DOOM implementations.
There are two main Apache Axis2 modules provided with this release.
This provides support for WS-Security
... [More] and WS-SecureConversation
This module provides the necessary components to enable
SecurityTokenService functionality on a service. [Less]
InformationCard-C provides a cross-platform C library, allowing consumption of Information Cards by a Relying Party. The library is low-level, meant to be easily adapted to many environments and languages.