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oath

(ōth),
A solemn affirmation or attestation.

oath

[AS. ooth]
A solemn attestation or affirmation.
See: Hippocratic oath; Nightingale Pledge

oath

(ōth)
A solemn affirmation or attestation.

oath,

n an affirmation of the truth of a statement that renders one who is willfully asserting untrue statements punishable for perjury.
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Support for multiple providers each with its own set of resource and grant definitions, allowing the enterprise to offer a range of different OAuth services for different applications and purposes
Imagine someone registers a client application with an OAuth service, let's call it Foobar, and he names his client app 'Google Inc.
PingOne is an open network that reduces the complexity of using standard identity federation protocols, including SAML, OpenID, OAuth and the SCIM provisioning standard.
Then it is transferred to the Vaultize cloud using 256-bit SSL and OAuth protection.
The company also announced a partnership with Ping Identity to allow joint customers to leverage PingFederate as an OAuth (Open Authorization) provider and to extend identity federation capabilities to the Anypoint Platform .
The developers did a great job in making it also secure, by using the oAuth protocol to log into Google.
com)-- The SMEStorage Open Cloud Platform now supports Google SItes using the Google OAuth authentication mechanism.
What: Gartner IAM Summit: New School Identity Frameworks: OAuth, OpenID Connect, and SCIM Fight for Your Love When: Tuesday, December 4 in Las Vegas
today announced that its customers will be able to track supply chain product communications, footprints and other notifications by using the upgraded highly secure OAUTH authentication on social media tools, most notably Twitter.
Strategic OAuth 2 and OpenID Connect with John Bradley, senior technical architect, Ping Identity
Through the DataPower appliance, these APIs communicate with iOS and Android apps using OAuth, while integrating with a fully-modeled, secured, and lifecycle-driven set of WebSphere-MQ based backend services including z/OS mainframe resources.