If you have not yet tried OpenAM because you do not have time, this 20-page guide is for you. There are only two chapters:
- The first chapter starts off with the expectation that you have a Linux laptop or Linux VM, an Internet connection, and a minimum of command-line experience. It takes you step-by-step through the process of setting up OpenAM to protect a web page. Once you have successfully followed the instructions, you should have a basic understanding of what OpenAM does.
- The second chapter is a short introduction to OpenAM’s main capabilities, from self-service features to SSO, to federation and the different APIs that OpenAM offers for developers.