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Linux Foundation debuts new, secure, open source cloud native access management software platform

Linux Foundation debuts new, secure, open source cloud native access management software platform

The Linux Foundation has announced a new, secure cloud-native identity and access management software platform - the Janssen Project.

 

Every time we use an online pay service, manage our finances online, or enter our credit-card information, we're demonstrating our good faith. Now, one organization wants to help us feel even more secure.

Today (Dec. 8), the Linux Foundation announced a cloud-native identity and access management software platform that prioritizes security and performance, the Janssen Project, which is based on the Gluu server and features signing and encryption functionalities. 

The integrity of our connections online is conveyed via identity software, from our devices to a complex web of backend services. Despite assurances and encouragement on this use, which we grow increasingly dependent on, digital identity remains a challenge and is at the very crux of delivering truly trustworthy online security.

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