Atlanta, GA, February 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- AccesStream, a provider of open source enterprise identity access management and security solutions, is pleased to announce the beta 2 release of its identity access management solution to the open source community. The Beta 2 release is the second of three beta releases to culminate with the Version 1 general availability release at the beginning of April. The source code is available for immediate download and testing from AccesStream’s website. This open source initiative will allow developers worldwide to participate in the progress of the Accesstream project.
The goal of the AccesStream project is to deliver a full stack enterprise class solution offering authentication, authorization, audit, reporting, administration, security policy, single sign-on and provisioning capabilities as well as support for common directories and identity access management solutions.
“We are very pleased with our progress thus far and the reception our solution has received,” said Lance Edelman, co-founder and CEO. “We look forward to the version 1 general availability release and the expansion our customer base and open source community. AccesStream’s open source approach to identity access management will address many of the challenges that enterprises face in implementing proprietary solutions. The open source community can more effectively and efficiently deliver and maintain the integration points that our customers will require.”
AccesStream is an Atlanta-based open source software company providing enterprise security and identity access management solutions. The objective of its project is to provide developers and enterprises with flexible, no-cost, open source solutions to address their identity access management needs.