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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of federate.
- adj. united, as a federation, under a central government
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. United by compact under a central organization, as governments or commercial organizations.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. united under a central government
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A single-origin federated identity network will always fail on the internet (as Joseph Smarr and John McCrea like to say of Facebook Connect: We’ve seen this movie before).
So-called federated identity management allows agency and corporate sites to trust credentials that are issued by an outside entity.
True, they are indirectly elected to the Sound Transit board, but there's a reason the agency has what is known as a federated system.
If you want corporations to embrace the notion of federated identity, wouldn't it require more than simple "look at me" interoperability demos and for all the vendors in this space to create some publicly available notion of "reference architecture" above and beyond what exists in Project Liberty?
Relying on a novel technology called federated search, WorldWideScience. org gives science information consumers a single entry point for searching far-reaching science portals in parallel, with only one query, saving time and effort.
Instead of centralized digital IDs, Microsoft is pushing a concept known as federated identity, where different organizations develop ways to share and trust identity information about their users.
Now, the company is talking about the notion of federated identity and co-operating with OpenID.
This could be called a federated CMDB - but that would be even more confusing so we provide "integration".
Rather, anarchists seek to organize in a federated, that is, non-hierarchical, system that allows for self-governance.
With the notion of federated governance, in addition to the hierarchical nature, we also have to look at the structure of the organization.
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