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CAMP: Managing Identity and Access in an Era of Distributed Services

November 14-15, 2013

San Francisco (Burlingame), California

Are your campus stakeholders looking at cloud-based solutions? Are you experiencing challenges or do you have concerns with outsourcing email, storage, or other essential services? Are you concerned about the management and maintenance of an accurate, accountable identity inventory? Come to “CAMP: Managing Identity and Access in an Era of Distributed Services” and learn about solutions being discussed and implemented across higher education.

What do we mean by "Distributed Services?"

"Distributed" means services or solutions that you've outsourced. Those that you've contracted for and are served up from the cloud. Those that might be distributed on your own campus.

What topics will be covered?

You will have a choice of two tracks:

  • Ramping Up for Distributed Services From library databases to outsourced email, your campus departments and budget officers want to provide better service at a lower cost. And, they look to you to make it all possible with your identity management infrastructure. This track includes technical and policy sessions to help you assess your Identity and Access Management system, and get started with distributed services, including outsourced and cloud-based solutions.
  • Federation and Distributed Services: What's Working and What's Next This track is for those who have implemented outsourced and cloud-based solutions. The program for this track will be developed from proposals submitted by you and your colleagues, with short case study presentations and discussions.

With a program guided by the wider identity and access management community, you will have valuable discussions and leave with guidance on topics such as:

  • Understanding the technical and policy issues
  • Conducting a self-assessment and gap analysis
  • Provisioning - getting your users into the cloud
  • Enabling bring-your-own-credentials
  • Using open-source tools: Grouper, CIFER, Shibboleth

Who should attend?

IT and security management, technical and project managers, implementers, and identity and service architects.

Come, learn, discuss, network, and plan your identity management solutions at CAMP.

Need the basics?

We're offering a pre-conference CAMP workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 13, starting at 1:30 pm: "Getting Started with Federated Identity Management."

Sponsorship Opportunities

Are you with a sponsored partner company, or other identity-related company? We offer a number of sponsorship opportunities for Identity Week, including CAMP, to get your company and services in front of identity management professionals.

Roster

See who signed up.

Join the Conversation

Follow InCommon on Facebook InCommonUS and Twitter @InCommonUS. Join the conversation about Identity Week on Twitter using hashtag #i2identity13.

Identity Week

CAMP is a part of the 2013 Identity Week, a series of meetings bringing together thought-leaders, developers, and implementers of identity and access management systems.

Sponsors


Registration

Registration is closed for Pre-CAMP and CAMP.
Remember that there are separate registrations for each of these.

Payment, Cancellation and Refund Policy: Cancellations received on or before 11:59:59 PM EDT on Friday, October 25, 2013 are entitled to a full conference refund less a $20 administrative fee. There will be no refunds after this date. If you cancel after 11:59:59 PM EDT on Friday, October 25, 2013 and have not paid by any other means, your credit card will be charged the cost of the registration fee.  If you cancel your registration after 11:59:59 PM EDT on Friday, October 25, 2013 you may name another person from your organization to take your place for meetings that allow transferred registrations. To cancel, transfer, or make changes to your registration, please contact meetingregistration@internet2.edu.

Hotel

All of the Identity Week meetings will take place at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront Hotel (located in Burlingame, just south of SFO). Please use this link to make your reservation and receive the Identity Week meeting rate.

CAMP Program Committee

Mark Berman, Siena College
Steve Carmody, Brown University
Tim Calhoon, California Community Colleges
Janemarie Duh, Lafayette College
Jacob Farmer, Indiana University
Theresa Semmens, North Dakota State
Valerie Vogel, EDUCAUSE
Ann West, InCommon/Internet2
Dean Woodbeck, InCommon/Internet2

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