|03 Jul 2009||#1|
Microsoft Geneva Virtual Machines Available
Want a simpler way to test drive Microsoft's next-generation federated identity technologies? Well, the Redmond company does offer customers virtual machines of codename Geneva for evaluation, in an effort to streamline as much as possible the testing process. Accompanying the Geneva Virtual Machines offered on the Microsoft Download Center are resources delivered to help consumers build and set up a test lab environment for the federated identity solutions. In this context, in addition to the VMs, the Geneva Server Federated Collaboration Step by Step Guide is also up for grabs from the software giant.
“The Geneva Server Federated Collaboration Step by Step Guide is intended for information technology (IT) professionals and system architects who want to implement secure collaboration between organizations using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and "Geneva" Server. This guide provides a quick demonstration of the features, functionality, and interoperability capabilities of “Geneva” Server Beta 2, “Geneva” Framework Beta 2, and Windows CardSpace “Geneva” Beta 2. The instructions in this guide should take approximately 90 minutes or less to complete,” Microsoft informed.
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