Single Sign-On in a Single Day
Jack Mc Afee of TriAWorks, Inc.
You will learn how to create
a Single Sign-On for your iSeries based on IBM's simple, yet powerful
Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) infrastructure.
The three groups of people
affected by having more than one user profile and password are: (1) end
users; (2) administrators; and (3) application developers. All three
groups can benefit from implementing a Single Sign-On.
For OS/400 and i5/OS, the EIM and Kerberos solution actually does
away with passwords, does not require the underlying authorization scheme
to change, and is already deployed (integrated into the operating system and supported
by IBM). Most importantly, it can be incrementally implemented.
TriAWorks provides a complete
identity management solution. Their solution will be robust, quick
and easy to deploy, and simply priced. It will enable companies to
maintain user identities on multiple registries across their enterprise.
Jack Mc Afee is the Presiden of
TriAWorks, Inc. Before co-founding TriAWorks, Jack was the Director
of iSeries products at NetIQ Corporation and PentaSafe Security
Technologies. Prior to that, Jack worked for 11 years at IBM in
Rochester, MN, in various technical and management roles.