WSO2 Product Release Webinar: WSO2 Identity Server 5.3.0

  • By Dinusha Chandrathilake
  • 7 Feb, 2017

WSO2 Identity Server 5.3.0 has added a number of new features that were requested for by its users and which are critical for any product in the identity and access management (IAM) space. After a redesign of the identity management framework, a host of new account and password management features were introduced. Now it also supports a host of new IAM protocols including SAML2 single sign-on (SSO) metadata, SAML2 Assertion Query/ Request Profile, the complete OpenID Connect protocol suite and REST Profile for XACML 3.0 among others.

What’s more, WSO2 Identity Server 5.3.0 now performs real-time analytics that monitors the identity ecosystem and alerts you when abnormal sessions or suspicious logins occur. This aspect of the product also has the ability to terminate sessions to ensure that your enterprise is fully secured.

This webinar will explore

  • New features and improvements in account and password management
  • New IAM protocols that are supported
  • Real-time security alerting capabilities
  • WSO2 Identity Server 6.0 roadmap

Presenter

Johann Nallathamby Technical Lead, WSO2

Johann is a Technical Lead at WSO2 and is the product lead of WSO2 Identity Server. In addition to his product development efforts he has provided security and API management solutions for numerous customers during customer Quick Starts. He has been a speaker at WSO2 conferences and has also conducted several technical webinars.

Darshana Gunawardana Associate Technical Lead, WSO2

Darshana is a Associate Technical Lead at WSO2. He is interested in Java EE Application Design and Development, Distributed Computing, Mobile Software Development and Computer Security. Prior to joining WSO2, Darshana was an intern at Millennium IT (Software) Ltd. He holds a BSc Eng (Hons) in Computer Science and Engineering from Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. As part of his final-year research project, he developed XACQL, which is a new query language for XACML.