Single Sign-On Solutions for IBM FileNet P8 Using IBM Tivoli and WebSphere Security Technology
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 03 June 2009, updated 24 November 2009
IBM Form #: SG24-7675-00
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Authors: Axel Buecker, Simon Canning, Jay Devaney, Guillermo Rios, Satoshi Takahashi
Authentication is the act of verifying a user's identity based on the credentials that they have presented. Establishing each user's identity is a critical first step in any client/server based system. In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we present an overview of the set of authentication options in the IBM FileNet® P8 V4.0 release.
The two standards at the core of the authentication process in IBM FileNet P8 V4.0 are the Java™ Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) standard and the Web Services Security standard (WS-Security). The JAAS standard forms the framework for security interoperability in the J2EE™ world, while the WS-Security standard forms the framework for security interoperability in the heterogeneous world of clients and servers that communicate through Web services interfaces. IBM FileNet customers rely on a variety of authentication technologies to secure their corporate intranets. By implementing and adhering to these two standards, IBM FileNet P8 V4.0 enables a wide range of authentication integrations.
In this IBM Redbooks publication we discuss and demonstrate the IBM FileNet P8 integration with IBM Tivoli Access Manager for e-business, IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager, and the SPNEGO mechanism provided in IBM WebSphere Application Server.
This book is a valuable resource for security officers, access management administrators, and architects who wish to better understand single sign-on options for the IBM FileNet P8 V4.0 solution.
The re-publication from 24 November 2009 includes some error corrections and clarifications. No new content has been added.
Table of contents
Part 1. Architecture and design
Chapter 1. Business context for single sign-on in an Enterprise Content Management environment
Chapter 2. Single sign-on architecture and component design
Part 2. Technical single sign-on implementations
Chapter 3. Customer overview
Chapter 4. Single sign-on using Tivoli Access Manager for e-business
Chapter 5. Single sign-on using SPNEGO
Chapter 6. Single sign-on using Tivoli Federated Identity Manager
Appendix A. Content Engine Web Service client
Appendix B. Additional material
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