Ping Identity Corporation today announced that Version 2 of its consumer authentication framework, PingLogin, is now available for download from its Web site, www.pingidentity.com. New features in PingLogin 2 include enhanced deployment, session management, clustering, interoperability and administration capabilities.
PingLogin is a next-generation user authentication and single sign-on framework for consumer-facing online services and Web applications. Designed to enable extensible and flexible deployments, PingLogin reduces the maintenance and development costs associated with existing access management implementations. Additionally, PingLogin’s integration interface enables agility to meet changing business and security demands.
Highlights of PingLogin 2 include a new servlet-filter based agent, new deployment options for enhanced security and deployment flexibility, improved clustering that allows PingLogin runtime servers to be deployed across both LANs and WANs, and enhanced logging. In addition, PingLogin 2 includes a new interoperability mode that creates synchronized sessions for a seamless user experience when PingLogin is deployed in parallel with an existing authentication solution.