End-to-end federated trusted contexts in WebSphere Federation Server V9.5

End-to-end identity assertion in multi-tier systems involving WebSphere Federation Server V9.5

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Priya Baliga and Eileen Lin

Date archived: January 10, 2017 | First published: December 13, 2007

End-to-end federated trusted contexts is a new feature set to debut in IBM® WebSphere® Federation Server V9.5. This feature alleviates the security concerns associated with multi-tier models by propagating end-user identities through all tiers of the application model without sacrificing overall performance. This article describes the scenario and benefit of end-to-end federated trusted contexts, together with step-by-step configuration and tips.

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