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AOE developer Fabrizio Branca wins Magento Pioneer Award 2015

April 22, 2015
Author Christian HolzschuhChristian Holzschuh
Online Marketing

The Magento Pioneer Award 2015 goes to AOE developer Fabrizio Branca. Two AOE developers were among the final eight nominees in that category at Magento’s and eBay Enterprise’s Imagine Commerce Conference, which is taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from April 20 to April 22.

Fabrizio Branca is the winner of the 2015 Magento Pioneer Award. The award is given for exceptional performance, innovative ideas and collaborative work developing the Open Source E-Commerce platform Magento. The award is part of the Excellence Awards 2015 and is given in ten categories.

Branca works as Lead System Developer at AOE’s US headquarters in San Francisco. Together with co-winner Marius Strajeru from Bucharest/Romania, Branca’s entry succeeded against seven other nominees.

German AOE developer Bastian Ike, also finalist of the Magento Pioneer Award, was happy for his colleague: "We were aware that only one of us could win the award. I’m happy for Fabrizio and proud to be part of AOE."

The Excellence Awards are announced every year at eBay Enterprise’s Imagine Commerce Conference.

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Combining expertise in cybersecurity: AOE launches subsidiary Bare.ID

WIESBADEN, August 09, 2021 - AOE, one of the world's leading service providers for digital transformation, headquartered in Wiesbaden, the capital of the German state of Hesse, is launching Bare.ID, a fully-managed-as-a-service identity, authentication and authorization solution. Hosted exclusively as a central single sign-on authentication and authorization point in German data centers, the identity management solution administers a directory of identities (PII) and their access rights to the various applications. AOE guarantees the highest security standards and complies with German data protection regulations. Bare.ID serves as a central single sign-on authentication and authorization point for application landscapes and connects all services via standard protocols such as OpenID Connect or SAML. Furthermore, Bare.ID manages information about the identities of users. These can either be maintained manually by the customer or can be connected via federation techniques to external identity sources such as an existing Active Directory or Identity and Access Management System at the customer's site, but also third party single sign-on systems. At the same time, Bare.ID enables customers to obtain an overview of accesses, login failures, insecure or expired passwords or orphaned accounts for their internal compliance reports and then also to integrate these into their own security incident event monitoring. IT departments can thus be sustainably supported and relieved in the creation and administration of user accounts – while adhering to company-internal compliance guidelines. Thanks to preconfigured applications, users can use Bare.ID without any specialist knowledge; the technical complexity and the security-relevant configurations are not visible to the user. The fact that the proper handling of personal data and business-critical information is no longer a voluntary option is well known. Bare.ID stores all data in daily backups highly secure alternatively in two data centers located in Germany. "Our participation in the initiatives "IT Security – Made in Germany", "Software Hosted in Germany" as well as Cloud Services – Made in Germany" are proof of trustworthy security solutions from AOE. Bare.ID thus complies with strict German data protection laws," says Steffen Ritter, Commercial Director Cybersecurity at AOE GmbH.