For more information about CAS, visit JA-SIG
With the widespread adoption of JA-SIG
CAS for authentication, CAS is now configured as the default authentication system for uPortal.
Unicon Presentations at JA-SIG
Spring 2008 Conference
is designed to enable an exchange of experiences as we build applications with Java technology and to develop a common infrastructure upon which we can build shareable components," said David Koehler, director of Information Systems for Princeton University and chair of the JA-SIG
has been in operation for over six years, holding bi-annual conferences and sponsoring community-driven, open source software applications like uPortal, the enterprise-grade portal solution; CAS, a flexible Central Authentication Service deployed for single sign-on; and HyperContent, lightweight but powerful web content management.
Both companies are also strong contributors to the open source and community source movements in higher education with technologies from JA-SIG
(Java Administration Special Interest Group.
the leading independent provider of open source enterprise portals, applications, and professional services for the online campus in academic institutions, will be presenting and participating in a total of seventeen technical seminars at the upcoming JA-SIG
Summer 2007 Conference being held in Denver, Colorado this June 24-27, 2007.
USC then contributes the updated "Announcements Channel" back to JA-SIG
open source repository and uPortal community.
the leading independent provider of open source enterprise portals, applications, and professional services for the online campus in academic institutions, today announced that it has become a charter member of the JA-SIG
(Java Architectures Special Interest Group) Commercial Affiliate Program.
Unicon has been a supporter and close partner of the JA-SIG
community for the past six years," said Jonathan Markow, Chairman of the JA-SIG
Board of Directors.
Unicon is a long-standing and consistent supporter of uPortal and JA-SIG
com) is a portal designed to allow administrators, faculty, and IT personnel to fully test and evaluate the latest open-source technologies from Sakai, JA-SIG
and others in a low-cost and risk-free environment.