Book Review: OpenAM

At half the price, I might have been a little more generous in my rating (but not by much).

The book starts by giving a brief history of the product, in all its various forms and insists upon pointing to Oracle as being the keeper of the flame for OpenSSO, which is hard to swallow given their stated intention to kill it, removing public access to binaries and to a lot of information. I know the author works for them, but really! Read the rest of this entry »