Tag: Architecture

Conflation or Confusion? You Decide

RWW Enterprise just covered the latest update of PingFederate in an article titled It’s PingFederate 6.6 Versus “Identity as a Service”. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to comment on some details that made me cringe, so naturally this blog post was born. Please note that this is not about PingFederate in specific, a product

The choices we make…

Working as I am on the architecture for the next generation of our IdM products, I found the thesis of this article extremely interesting. It basically uses Windows as an example of how the cost of innovation increases dramatically with any attempt to make that innovation backwards compatible. And points out how Apple tackled a