In the news…

I’ve been traveling a little bit last week, visiting a major customer in the UK (helping with their OpenDJ based directory service that has grown from 13 Millions entries to 17 Millions in a about 6 months).

Last week was also a busy week in term of news for ForgeRock. First, we’ve  announced the release of OpenIDM 2.0, a major version of our real-time identity life-cycle management, provisioning and synchronization software product. OpenIDM 2.0 is a new release, but is already running in production at a few happy customers.

ForgeRock and Qubera Solutions have announced a partnership for the delivery of Standard-based Identity Services based on ForgeRock I3 Open Platform. Qubera Solutions offers workshops and migration tools to help former Sun Microsystems customers to move away legacy software solutions.

I’ve also came across a blog post from Martin Sandren, that positions ForgeRock as one of the challengers on the Identity and Access Management market.  It’s an interesting reading and it looks like the previous announcement does start to address some of his concerns.

Martin was not the only one to talk about ForgeRock. Scott Mc Nealy has been nicely advertising about us on Twitter.

And finally, we’re expanding and therefore we’ve published a few job postings on our web site. I’m pretty confident that these are just a few to start with and we will have more, including some in our Grenoble Engineering Center.

One thought on “In the news…

  1. Phil Lembo 27 February 2012 / 17:25

    To be honest, this is one of the many times I wish I had some development skill — any development skill — to contribute. We just recently started working with OpenAM and via that are getting to know OpenDJ/OpenDS better. Very impressive product. It must be really exciting to be on the inside and see it develop in the way it has.

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