Single sign-on enabled OpenCms

Date: May 6, 2008
Time: 10:00 - 11:00
Track: Technical
Type: Presentation
Speaker: Pavel Slavíček (Qbizm technologies, a.s.)

Abstract

The presentation will introduce the architecture of Single Sing-On implementation into OpenCms.

At the beginning of the session Single sign-on will be introduced. Architectures of well known Single sign-on mechanisms (such as Central Authentication System, NTLM or Kerberos) will be presented and advantages of using Single sign-on on intranets will be discussed.

After a short theoretical introduction Pavel Slavicek will present the architecture of Single sign-on integration into OpenCms which Qbizm Technologies, a.s. designed and implemented.

Pavel Slavicek will introduce the integration of concrete well known Single sign-on mechanisms and present his experiences with Single sign-on integration in real projects.

The presentation is intended to software architects and developers which have basic knowledge about authentication mechanisms used in web applications.

After the presentation visitors should be able to make their own implementation of Single Sign-On solution for OpenCms. 

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