ADFS relying party - SP

Hi All,

Earlier I asked a question regarding ADFS without an answer.

So I made the picture below for a better explanation of the issue.

We need to configure Apache and Java/tomcat web applications as relying party - SP for the authenticated users in the corporate network.

Do I need to use 3rd party software e.g. for LAMP web-application? If so, what roll will the adfs server for fill regarding these non-Microsoft application?

Any thoughts on possible design solutions towards SSO?

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Any suggestions experts?
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Solution is to use a simpleSAMLphp or shibboleth kind of product for LAMP applications and add it to ADFS 3, where ADFS 3 can be a SP for ADFS 2 in this scenario. The Oracle OBIEE 9+ (weblogic has built in SAML authentication support and can act as an SP and/or IDP.

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