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Question Central – You’ll find large post-it notes on tables. When you think of a question, please write it down and stick the post-it to the Question Center flip chart. We’ll collect these and pose them to our panel of experts at the end of the day (“Answer All the Things”).

Reception – You have one drink ticket for the reception (beer or wine) included in your registration. A cash bar will also be available, along with a variety of hors d’oeuvres.

Dinner Sign-ups (optional) -  We’re arranging for small groups to dine at nearby restaurants on Wednesday evening. Note that the cost of these dinners is on your own. Break bread with new-found friends! Sign up on the wiki.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

TimeSessionPresentation links and other information
7:30 am - 5:30 pmRegistration - Regency Foyer
9:00 - 9:30 am

All Hands - Regency A/D

Who is here? How to get the most out of the workshop.

CAMP Counselor: Kevin Morooney

Kevin's presentation
9:30 - 11:30 am

Identity Management in 1.75 Hours - Regency A/D

This interactive mini-course gives you the basics to get started with identity and access management.

We'll have a 15-minute break at 10:30 am

CAMP Counselor: Tom Jordan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Tom's presentation.

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Federation is a Team Sport - Regency A/D
Federation works best for users when everyone does their part. Doing things right from the get-go will pay big dividends down the road whether you operate services, manage identities, or both.

CAMP Counselors: Tom Barton (University of Chicago), Rachana Ananthakrishnan (Globus, Univ. of Chicago), Jessica Coltrin (Internet2), Steve Barnet (University of Wisconsin – Madison)

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Presentation

12:30 - 1:30 pmLunch - Atrium (2nd Floor)
1:30 - 4:05 pm

Federation Basics

We’ll break into two tracks; one for those primarily interested in operating identity providers and one for those primarily interested in operating service providers. If you have multiple people from one organization, we encourage you to cover both tracks.

Identity Provider – Regency B

CAMP Counselors:  Jessica Coltrin, Chris Spadanuda, Janemarie Duh, Nick Roy, Albert Wu

Service Provider – Regency C

CAMP Counselors: Tom Barton, Mary McKee, Jim Basney, Scott Koranda


1:30 – 2:15 - Who Does What and Why - InCommon-related roles and the accompanying  responsibilities.

2:20 – 3:05 - It’s All About the User - Single sign-on, attributes, permissions - it’s all about getting the end-user to the service quickly and painlessly. We’ll look at how you can make the difference between the good, the bad, and the ugly of user experiences.

3:05 – 3:20 - Refreshment Break - Regency Foyer

3:20 – 4:05 - Technology and Interoperability – Now let’s get to the technology. We’ll discuss how the decisions you make today will affect things down the road (for better or worse).

Google doc - Identity Provider track - for comments/questions/notes

Google doc - Service Provider track - for comments/questions/notes


IdP Federation Basics - Who Does What and Why (Chris & Jessica)

IdP Federation Basics - It's All About the User (Albert)

IdP Federation Basics - Tech and Interop (Nick)


SP Federation Basics - Who Does What and Why (Mary)

SP Federation Basics - It's All About the User (Jim)

SP Federation Basics - Technology and Interoperability (Scott)


4:15 - 5:15 pm

Answer All the Things - Regency A/D

After an intense day, you will have questions. Get rapid-fire answers from a panel of experts.

CAMP Counselors: Janemarie Duh (Lafayette College) and Tom Jordan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.
6:00 - 7:30 pm

What's On Tap - Reception - Vue (21st Floor)

Join us for beer, wine, and hors d’oeuvres. You have one drink ticket (beer or wine) included in your registration. A cash bar will be available.


Wednesday, August 14, 2019

TimeSessionPresentation links and other information
7:30 am - 5:30 pmRegistration - Regency Foyer
9:00 - 9:30 am

Stand Up With Doughnuts - Regency A/D

Kevin Morooney will entertain you. Or engage you. We’re not sure which, but with coffee and a variety of doughnuts, it’s worth coming to find out.

CAMP Counselor: Kevin Morooney (Internet2/InCommon)


Kevin's slides

9:30 - 12:30 am

Minds On!

This morning we’ll start to drill down on the types of services and software are available to make your federation-related tasks easier or provide additional value for your users.

CAMP Counselors: Mary McKee (Duke), Jim Basney (National Center for Supercomputing Applications), Nick Roy (InCommon/Internet2) and Paul Caskey (InCommon/Internet2)

9:30 – 10:20 am

Federation Manager - Regency B - Learn about the features available in InCommon’s Federation Manager, the software that participants use to upload and maintain information in the registry (metadata). (Nick Roy, InCommon/Internet2)

Identity Provider as a Service - Regency C – Hear about the issues to consider if you are interested in outsourcing your Identity Provider and want it to work well within the InCommon Federation. (Mary McKee, Duke University)

10:20 – 10:40 am - Refreshment Break - Regency Foyer

10:40 – 11:30 am

National Research Resources: CILogon - Regency B - Learn about a widely used service for accessing research resources – CILogon. (Jim Basney, National Center for Supercomputing Applications)

Packaged Shibboleth - Regency C - The InCommon Trusted Access Platform includes the Shibboleth software in a container. Learn about the advantages of this approach. (Paul Caskey, InCommon/Internet2)

11:40 am – 12:30 pm

Federation Manager - Regency B – See above for description

Packaged Shibboleth - Regency C – See above for description

Google doc for Minds On - Federation Manager questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Nick's slides - Federation Manager


Google doc for Identity Provider as a Service - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.


Google doc for National Research Resources: CILogon - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Jim's slides: National Research Resources: CILogon


Google doc for Packaged Shibboleth - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Paul's slides: Packaged Shibboleth

Nick's slides: Federation Manager

Share your thoughts. Please complete the Identity Provider as a Service Survey.

12:30 - 1:30 pmLunch - Atrium (2nd Floor)

1:30 - 2:15 pm

Now for Something Completely Different: Solutions - Regency A/D

Now that you’re an expert on the InCommon Federation, let’s do a deep dive into your organization’s identity questions. Following up on our intro to IAM on day one, we’ll talk through high-level architecture and set the stage for the Solutions Salon. Also included will be information about the open-source InCommon Trusted Access Platform and how that maps to identity-related business architecture.

CAMP Counselor: Tom Jordan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.
2:20 - 4:05 pm

Solutions Salon - Regency B and C

The Solutions Salon features discussions of four general Identity and Access Management challenges and potential solutions. Over the next two time slots, we’ll feature four IAM challenges. Choose the two that interest you the most!


2:20 – 3:05 pm

Guest Systems - Regency B -Many organizations prefer to have a separate guest identity system (for affiliates such as alumni, contractors, or others that need access to a limited number of resources). We’ll discuss some of the things to consider. (Benn Oshrin, Spherical Cow Group)

Onboarding - Regency C -Onboarding and lifecycle management can be a sticky wicket. What should you consider as you bring new identities into your system and then manage access and roles (since users’ statuses can change over time)? (Keith Hazelton, InCommon/Internet2)

3:05 – 3:20 pm - Refreshment Break - Regency Foyer

3:20 – 4:05 pm

Managing Access - Regency B - If you are setting up a system for managing access, replacing an existing system, or just need to make things, well, more manageable, here are some issues and considerations. (Chris Spadanuda, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Creating Collaboration Infrastructure - Regency C - Whether you have local collaborations or a demand for providing services to global collaborations, we’ll talk about things to consider and things to avoid. (Scott Koranda, Spherical Cow Group)

Google doc for Guest Systems - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Benn's slides


Google doc for Onboarding - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Keith's slides


Google doc for Managing Access - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.


Google doc for Creating Collaboration Infrastructure - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.









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4:15 - 5:15 pm

Answer All the Things - Regency A/D

After an intense day, you will have questions. Get rapid-fire answers from a panel of experts.

CAMP Counselors: Janemarie Duh (Lafayette College) and Tom Jordan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.
EveningDinner Sign-Ups (optional)

We’re arranging for small groups to dine at nearby restaurants on Wednesday evening. Note that the cost of these dinners is on your own. Break bread with new-found friends!

Dinner sign-up sheet

Thursday, August 15, 2019

TimeSessionPresentation links and other information
7:30 am - NoonRegistration - Regency Foyer
9:00 - 9:30 am

Stand Up With Doughnuts - Regency A/D

Kevin Morooney will entertain you. Or engage you. We’re not sure which, but with coffee and a variety of doughnuts, it’s worth coming to find out.

CAMP Counselor: Kevin Morooney (Internet2/InCommon)


Kevin's slides

9:30 - 11:30 am

Software and Operations Salon

As an extension of yesterday’s Solutions Salon, we’ll focus on some specifics of either the software you heard about or some key operational approaches.

9:30 - 10:20

Grouper - Regency B -A high-level overview of the enterprise-level access management software. (Chris Hyzer, University of Pennsylvania.  Shilen Patel, Duke University)

DevOps - Regency C - A look at how the DevOps concept of continuous improvement (vs. “big bang” software releases) can benefit your organization, with real-world examples. (Dave Shafer, InCommon/Internet2)

10:20 - 10:40 - Refreshment Break - Regency Foyer

10:40 - 11:30

midPoint and COmanage - Regency B - Information on these registry and access management components  (Keith Hazelton, InCommon/Internet2, and Benn Oshrin, Spherical Cow Group)

Operating in the Cloud - Regency C – Considerations and real-world examples of moving some or all of your identity and access management to the cloud. (Paul Caskey, InCommon/Internet2)

Google doc for Grouper - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Chris and Shilen's slides


Google doc for DevOps - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Dave's slides for DevOps


Google doc for midPoint and COmanage - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.



Google doc for Operating in the Cloud - questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.

Paul's slides


11:40- 12:10 pm

Chocolate is a Food Group - Regency A/D

The closing session of BaseCAMP includes a valued tradition that has grown up at InCommon meetings. The main feature is attendees thanking one-another with the help of chocolate, stickers, and swag.

Google doc for questions/comments/notes - all CAMPers welcome to join in.
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