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Nickname: cafesoft
Registered: Nov, 2002

Centralized Security Server for Apache/Tomcat Posted: Nov 13, 2002 11:10 AM
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Cafesoft has announced the first public beta release of Cams, the Cafesoft Access Management System. Cams is security software that centrally controls access to Apache and Tomcat resources.

Cams is easy-to-use, reliable, and cost-effective security software that centrally controls access to Apache and Tomcat server
content and application resources. The product includes single sign-on and fine-grained access control to web server content and J2EE applications. Cams is also the first product in its class focused on the requirements of midsize businesses.

Cams product features include:

o Single sign-on to multiple web applications
o Business policy driven access control
o Centralized and delegated management of permissions
o Flexibility to extend via APIs and integrate with other software
o Cross-platform support including Linux

The Cams beta download is now available on Cafesoft's web site ( for Linux and Windows NT/2000. Cams developer licenses are free. Cams 1.0 licenses are $995 for a 25 concurrent user license. Additional concurrent user licenses are $100 per concurrent user and can be purchased on demand. The Cams 1.0 final release will be available from the Cafesoft's web site early Q1 of 2003. Cafesoft will also make the product available for resale through qualified value added resellers and system integrators. Details of the Cafesoft channel partner plan will be released in Q1 of 2003.

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