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InCommon Advance CAMP: Identity Services Summit

November 12-13, 2013
San Jose, California
https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/display/ACAMP2013/Home

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Part of the 2013 Identity Week (www.incommon.org/idweek)

Join leading identity architects and developers from U.S. research and higher education and international and commercial identerati at Advance CAMP: Identity Services Summit, November 12-13, 2013, in San Jose, California. Explore the state of the art in identity services and discuss the leading edge work that’s taking us there. Join us and get involved!

Advance CAMP provides substantial time for exploration and discussion of topics and work items of interest to participants in the area of identity services. The unconference format allows all attendees to determine the agenda and discussion topics. Breakouts will dig deeply into issues such as:

  • Integration of external identity and credentials with enterprise identity services
  • Provisioning, deprovisioning, and access management for cloud services
  • Assurance, trust elevation, and privacy management
  • Scaling-up federation
  • Personal devices as enterprise user agents
  • Filling in the gaps of open source identity service products

Advance CAMP is intended for architects, developers, and deployers of open-source and commercial software, services, and frameworks to:

  • Engage in identifying and solving identity-related challenges.
  • Learn who's doing what and how to participate in or leverage their
    activities.
  • Discuss open source development activities with members of the CIFER, CPR, Grouper, InCert, Kuali KIM, OpenRegistry, and Shibboleth projects, among others.
  • Develop strategies for incorporating technologies such as AWS, Azure, CIFER, Google APIs, MFA, OAuth, OpenID Connect, SAML, and SCIM, among others, into the enterprise.
  • Expand international participation in the development of community identity solutions.

The overarching goal of Advance CAMP: Identity Services Summit is to set the direction for the community on what's next for identity in higher education.

Advance CAMP is sponsored by Internet2 and InCommon.

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