I just got a marketing email from Micro Focus about Access Manager with a link to this "white paper" entitled "Getting the Most out of Access Manager":
Has anyone read that? I found it to be a pretty weak marketing document for using the Access Manager proxy. But what caught my eye was the section on putting the IdP behind the AG, specifically:
"We now consider placing the Identity Server behind the Access Gateway the preferred configuration ."
I was surprised to see that. I've been using NAM a very long time (since its inception) and I have never put the Identity Server behind the AG (granted the SBA is that way of course). Just wondering if anyone does that (and why?)?. I find the reasons in the "white paper" pretty weak.
I also figure if you want the IdP behind the AG, then just use the SBA.