Using Tivoli Access Manager Enterprise Single Sign-on with IBM middleware

Removing the dependancy on Microsoft components

From the developerWorks archives

Christopher Hockings

Date archived: December 13, 2016 | First published: January 28, 2009

IBM® Tivoli® Access Manager Enterprise Enterprise Single Sign-on (TAM E-SSO) provides cross application (that is, Web, Java™, mainframe or terminal services) single sign-on capabilities. The TAM E-SSO AccessAgent and IMS server are supported on Microsoft® Windows® operating system platforms, and typically leverage Active Directory for user management. However, many customers want to leverage their existing investment in IBM middleware products, and also extend the reach for TAM E-SSO beyond their intranet. This article shows how TAM E-SSO can be deployed into an environment consisting of IBM middleware, namely DB2® and IBM Tivoli Directory Server.

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