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COmanage is an Open Source Project that is focused on streamlining digital lifecycle management for your populations. It is part of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. In production, it consists of two tools: Registry and Match.

  • COmanage Registry is an identity registry with flexible enrollment and lifecycle management capabilities that helps you meet your identity management objectives using standardized tools and approaches. It can be used as a central person registry, a guest management system, or a collaboration hub for scholarly collaborations.
  • COmanage Match performs identity de-duplication in order to help minimize the creation of duplicate accounts for the same individual. It provides a heuristic-based system for matching identity records across multiple authoritative systems of record. Match can be used with Registry or as a standalone product complementary to your other tools.
COmanage Registry

Identity Enrollment and Lifecycle Management


Version 4.0.1

(tick) Stable Release

Registry Documentation

COmanage Match

Inbound Record Cross-System Matching


Version 1.0.0-RC1

(warning) Release Candidate

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Match Documentation

COmanage Directory

Web Frontend for LDAP


Version 0.1

(warning) Proof of Concept Release

Directory Documentation



The latest about COmanage!


The end of the year is a good time for planning. So, we’ve loaded up this month’s newsletter with things to help you plan. Learn about what to expect with the upcoming framework migration for Registry, and get familiar with some of the planned changes in the COmanage Registry UI. As a bonus, check out our recent blog post with 4 Tips on How to Up Your IAM Game Using COmanage and the InCommon Trusted Access Platform.

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the COmanage Newsletter. The COmanage Project learned lots of things during 2020/21. One of the bigger things is just how difficult it is to communicate all that has been going on with the project, particularly when we’re not meeting regularly in person. We aim to remedy that gap with this brief monthly newsletter where we share a few highlights. We look forward to hearing what you think!

Acknowledgements

Ongoing support of the project is provided by Internet2 via the TIER Initiative and the InCommon Trusted Access Platform Program.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. OCI-0721896, OCI-0330626, OCI-1032468, and ACI-1547268. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Information about the National Science Foundation - Software Development for CyberInfrastructure (NSF-SDCI) Bedrock award, which provided major funding to this project, is available here. See also the press release (from 2010) Internet2 Middleware Initiative Awarded NSF Grant to Enhance Science and Research Collaboration (pdf) and the NSF Award Announcement.

Portions of this project were performed by Spherical Cow Group as subcontractor under the NET ESOLUTIONS CORPORATION (NETE) Prime Contract (Contract No. HHSN316201200160W / D14PD0002) in support of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID, part of the National Institutes of Health).

Additional funding (direct, indirect, and in kind) has been provided by

  • The CILogon Project and the University of Illinois (NSF Grant No ACI-1547268)
  • GÉANT
  • GRNET
  • Indiana University
  • Lafayette College
  • Michigan State University
  • The Modern Language Association
  • The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
  • Southern Methodist University
  • Spherical Cow Group
  • SUNET
  • SURFnet
  • Syracuse University
  • The University of California, San Diego
  • The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE)

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