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<div id="mainLinks" style="text-align:center;font-size:large;font-style:italic">[[PKI_Download|Download]] | [[PKI_FAQ|FAQ]] | [[PKI_Documentation|Documentation]] | [[PKI_Architecture|Architecture]] | [[PKI_Developers|Developers]] |  [[PKI_Mailing_Lists|Mailing Lists]]</div>
  
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== Getting started ==
 
  
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
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== Overview ==
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
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Welcome to the home page for the Dogtag Certificate System!
* [http://mail.wikipedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-announce MediaWiki release mailing list]
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The Dogtag Certificate System is an enterprise-class open source [[Certificate Authority]] (CA). It is a full-featured system, and has been hardened by real-world deployments. It supports all aspects of certificate lifecycle management, including key archival, [[PKI_Architecture#OCSP_Manager|OCSP]] and smartcard management, and much more. The Dogtag Certificate System can be downloaded for free and set up in less than an hour.
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This site has everything you need to join the Dogtag community. Whether you are just looking for help and advice deploying and using Dogtag components, or you want to take a more active role and help shape the future of PKI, there are documentation references, mailing lists, and discussion channels for you to read or join:
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* [[PKI_Documentation|Online Documentation]]
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* [https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/Red_Hat_Certificate_System/ Additional Documentation Reference]
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* [[PKI_Mailing_Lists|Mailing lists]]
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* [[PKI_IRC_Channels|Online chat sites via IRC channels]]
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== Key Features ==
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Dogtag is a collection of technologies that allow enterprises to deploy PKI on a large scale. It has features such as:
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* [[Certificate]] issuance, revocation, and retrieval
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* [[Certificate Revocation List]] (CRL) generation and publishing
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* [[PKI_Features#Certificate Profiles|Certificate profile]]s
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* [[SCEP | Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol]] (SCEP)
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* Local [[PKI_Architecture#Registration Authority|Registration Authority]] (LRA) for organizational authentication and policies
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* Encryption key archival and recovery
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* Smartcard lifecycle management
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** Token profiles
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** Token enrollment, on-hold, key recovery, and format
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** Face-to-face enrollment with the security officer workstation interface
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* Extensive [http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/cert-system/ documentation]
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For more, see the [[PKI_Features|Features]] page.
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== Releases ==
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Releases are published in the following pages:
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* [https://github.com/dogtagpki/pki/releases PKI Releases]
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* [https://github.com/dogtagpki/jss/releases/ JSS Releases]
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* [https://github.com/dogtagpki/tomcatjss/releases/ Tomcat JSS Releases]
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See also [[News Archive]].
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== What Can You Do? ==
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If you're a new user, check out the [[PKI_Users|Users]] section.  To run or deploy a Certificate System using pre-built components, see the following:
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* [[PKI_Install_Guide|PKI Installation Guide]].
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If you are interested in development, view the [[PKI_Developers|Developers]] section.  To build a Certificate System, see the following:
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* [[PKI Development]].
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For information regarding exciting new directions for Dogtag (such as simplifying its ability to have many of its features embedded in other projects), see the following:
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* [[Dogtag]]
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Developers who are writing clients against the new REST interface in Dogtag can find useful information here:
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* [[Dogtag#Resources_for_Client_Developers|Resources for Client Developers]]
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Additional ideas for using Dogtag and participating in our community are in the following sections:
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* [[PKI How to contribute|How to contribute]]
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* [[PKI Roadmap|Roadmap]]
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* [[PKI Design|Tech notes]]
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* [[PKI_How_To|How tos]]
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* [[PKI_Known_Issues|Known Issues]]
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* [[PKI Wishlist|Wishlist]]
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== Community ==
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Join our community and help shape the future of Dogtag!  Here are some links to get you started:
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* [[Ways_To_Contribute|Ways to contribute]]
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* [[PKI_Documentation|Online documentation]]
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* [[PKI_Mailing_Lists|Mailing lists]]
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* [[PKI_IRC_Channels|Online chat sites via IRC channels]]
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* [[Projects_Related_to_Dogtag|Projects Related to Dogtag]]
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== Team, History, and Contributors ==
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The Dogtag technology has roots that go back over 15 years. Here is some background:
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* [[PKI_Credit|PKI Team, History, and Contributors]]

Latest revision as of 23:34, 22 January 2019



Overview

Welcome to the home page for the Dogtag Certificate System!

The Dogtag Certificate System is an enterprise-class open source Certificate Authority (CA). It is a full-featured system, and has been hardened by real-world deployments. It supports all aspects of certificate lifecycle management, including key archival, OCSP and smartcard management, and much more. The Dogtag Certificate System can be downloaded for free and set up in less than an hour.

This site has everything you need to join the Dogtag community. Whether you are just looking for help and advice deploying and using Dogtag components, or you want to take a more active role and help shape the future of PKI, there are documentation references, mailing lists, and discussion channels for you to read or join:

Key Features

Dogtag is a collection of technologies that allow enterprises to deploy PKI on a large scale. It has features such as:

For more, see the Features page.

Releases

Releases are published in the following pages:

See also News Archive.

What Can You Do?

If you're a new user, check out the Users section. To run or deploy a Certificate System using pre-built components, see the following:


If you are interested in development, view the Developers section. To build a Certificate System, see the following:


For information regarding exciting new directions for Dogtag (such as simplifying its ability to have many of its features embedded in other projects), see the following:


Developers who are writing clients against the new REST interface in Dogtag can find useful information here:


Additional ideas for using Dogtag and participating in our community are in the following sections:

Community

Join our community and help shape the future of Dogtag! Here are some links to get you started:

Team, History, and Contributors

The Dogtag technology has roots that go back over 15 years. Here is some background: