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As an enterprise's applications, services, and API adoptions grow, managing identities (such as employees, vendors, partners, and customers) across internal, shared, and SaaS services becomes a significant challenge. The WSO2 Identity Server is a product that can meet this challenge and also provide options to solve identity problems you may encounter in future. WSO2  

WSO2 Identity Server is fully open source and is released under Apache Software License Version 2.0, one of the most business-friendly licenses available today. WSO2 Identity Server is an on-going project. It undergoes continuous improvements and enhancements with each new release, to address new business challenges and customer expectations. WSO2 invites users, developers, and enthusiasts to get involved or get the assistance from our development teams at many different levels through online forums, mailing lists, and support options.  

About identity in the connected world

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WSO2 Identity Server has the ‘Jaggery’ user interface for end users. Apart from the Management Console, we also have an end user view to manage profiles, to recover accounts and to manage authorized apps. The log in and consent pages in our UI can be completely customized because they run on a separate context as a separate web application. These web applications can even be dropped into a separate application server if required.WSO2 Identity Server is an on-going project. It undergoes continuous improvements and enhancements with each new release, to address new business challenges and customer expectations. WSO2 invites users, developers, and enthusiasts to get involved or get the assistance from our development teams at many different levels through online forums, mailing lists, and support options.