The Apache Syncope team is proud to announce the general availability of Apache Syncope 1.1.0 Ad libitum. Besides a considerable amount of fixed bugs and improvements, the major changes introduced with this release can be summarized as follows:
Valentine's Day: in love with OpenSource My company Tirasa is definitely a small company. But we do love OpenSource, we've always loved it, even before becoming Tirasa. This is the reason why we have started an OpenSource project for building an Identity Manager, and subsequently brought it to the Apache Software Foundation.
The Apache Syncope team is proud to announce the availability of the fourth maintenance release of Espressivo, the first after graduating from Incubator. The release is available here. See release notes for more details.
Apache Syncope user mailing list has been recently discussing about "virtual resources", e.g. resources to be used like as 'marker' for users and / or roles. Even though this aspect will be probably part of the process of adding access management features to Apache Syncope
Federations in MS SQL Azure are a way to achieve greater scalability and performance from the database tier of your application through horizontal partitioning. One or more tables within a database are split by row and portioned across multiple databases (Federation members).