James Denman wrote an interesting piece titled XML security appliance shopping advice where he talks about real-life challenges faced by customers and their use of XML appliances such as Forum Sentry to solve such problems.
Earlier this month I wrote an article on a Software as a Service provider that employed a SOA security appliance for authentication and identity federation. OmegaFi, the SaaS provider in question, fills an interesting niche – providing financial services for Greek fraternities and sororities. Helping college kids run their organizations more like a not-for-profit business is not always easy, but OmegaFi has thrived on their particular set of challenges. I recently had some correspondence with the company’s CIO, John Woolbright that I would like to share.Full Article: XML security appliance shopping advice