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WSO2 Identity Server is an enterprise-ready, fully-open source, lean, component-based solution for facilitating security and identity management of enterprise web applications, services, and APIs. Based on the award-winning WSO2 Carbon platform, WSO2 Identity Server is lean, lightweight and consists of only the required components for efficient functioning. It does not contain unnecessary bulk, unlike many over-bloated, proprietary solutions.

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. WSO2 Identity Server enables enterprise architects and developers to efficiently overcome these challenges. It helps improve customer experience by reducing identity provisioning time, guaranteeing secure online interactions, and delivering a reduced single sign-on environment. WSO2 Identity Server decreases identity management, entitlement management, and administration burden by including role-based access control (RBAC) convention, fine-grained policy-based access control, and SSO bridging.

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.  

What's New in this Release 

WSO2 Identity Server version 5.0.0 is the successor of version 4.6.0. It includes several enhancements and defect fixes. For a list of enhancements, fixed defects and known issues in this release, see: About this Release.

Community Resources

WSO2 is willing to provide you guidance for any technical issues or questions regarding WSO2 products. You can communicate with the WSO2 development team directly using the relevant mailing lists mentioned here: http://wso2.org/mail.

WSO2 encourages you to report issues and enhancement requests for WSO2 Identity Server here: https://wso2.org/jira/browse/IDENTITY. You can then track their resolutions and comment on the progress.

You can raise questions regarding WSO2 Identity Server through http://stackoverflow.com. Ensure that you tag the question with appropriate keywords such as WSO2 and Identity Server so that our team can easily find your questions and provide answers.

For tutorials, articles, webinars, and similar resources, select options from the Resources menu on the WSO2 web site.

Support Options

WSO2 offers a variety of development and production support programs, ranging from Web-based support during normal business hours, to premium 24x7 phone support. WSO2 is committed to ensuring that your enterprise middleware deployment is completely supported from evaluation to production. Our unique approach ensures that support leverages the open development methodology and is provided by the very same engineers who build the products. For additional support information, see http://wso2.com/support.


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