Book Review: Claims-Based Identity

A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control

Authentication and Authorization for Services and the Web

A Guide to Claims-Based Identity is an excellent read for any technical professional who has limited experience in claims based idenity and identity federation. A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control offers theory, realistic scenarios, and concepts. As an added benefit, sample code is included with each scenario.

When developing an application think about what it would be like to develop your application without the worries of authentication.What if your application included information to personalize the application for the user.

This book is intended for the architect, develepor, or IT professional who designs, develops, or supports web applications that require user authentciation.

This book was written in an easy to read format. THe real world examples are offered in an easy and simplistic format, so that you can get a grasp of the concepts quickly and easily. In a weekend or two you can easily assess and understand Claim-Based Idenity and its potential. This book also offers real world examples from the perspective of four separate experts. Perspectives are offered from the stand point of a security specialist, a software architect, a software developer, and an IT professional.

When it comes to technical resources for the technology professonal, O’Reilly Media is simply astounding.
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