On federated single sign-on in e-government interoperability frameworks Online publication date:: Fri, 20-May-2016
by Giansalvatore Mecca; Michele Santomauro; Donatello Santoro; Enzo Veltri
International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG), Vol. 8, No. 1, 2016
Abstract: We consider the problem of handling digital identities within service-oriented architecture (SOA) architectures. We explore federated, single sign-on (SSO) solutions based on identity managers and service providers. After an overview of the different standards and protocols, we introduce a middleware-based architecture to simplify the integration of legacy systems within such platforms. Our solution is based on a middleware module that decouples the legacy system from the identity-management modules. We consider both standard point-to-point service architectures, and complex government interoperability frameworks, and report experiments to show that our solution provides clear advantages both in terms of effectiveness and performance.
Online publication date:: Fri, 20-May-2016
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