OpenAM 12.0 is expected later this year. This will be an exciting major release with tons of new features and product enhancements. We’ll deliver a great new user experience with lots of self-service capabilities, friction-free social authentication, smart and scriptable risk-based authentication modules, a cool new Policy Editor enabling creation of tight, fine-grained authorization policies, a REST-based Security Token Service, and lots, lots more.
OpenIDM 3.1 is also expected later this year. This release will build on top of the recent 3.0 version, and will enable unification of enterprise and cloud identity infrastructures, with very flexible deployment and configuration options. It will also support bridging between a wide range of on-premises identity stores and most SaaS applications, such as Google Apps, Box, and Office 365, etc.