Welcome to the Grouper Wiki. This is the primary documentation for Grouper, and is a community-maintained repository consisting of technical information you need to know prior to installing Grouper, installation/configuration guides, and case studies contributed by the Grouper community.
Internet2's Grouper enables project managers, departments, institutions and end users to create and manage institutional and personal groups, roles and permissions.
is part of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform.
Reporting Problems and Providing Feedback
Grouper Security Issue Report Form: This is the place to report Grouper security issues.
Grouper Wiki Issues : This is the place to report issues found with the Grouper wiki, e.g. pages missing, out of date, or mis-linked.
Grouper Documentation Request and Suggestions : This is the place to request documentation about a specific aspect of Grouper installation, configuration, or maintenance; or to make suggestions about how existing documentation could be reconfigured or improved. Note that the Grouper wiki space is editable by any authenticated user, and you are encouraged to submit new documentation or to modify any existing documentation as you think appropriate.
Specsheet - Offers operational specifications for the development and deployment of Grouper.
License - Terms under which Grouper is licensed, the Apache 2.0 license.
Archives - Detailed feature information and downloads of previous Grouper versions.
Versioning and Support Policy - Guidelines for application of security patches to previous versions.
Grouper Trademark Guidelines and Styleguide - Usage policy for the Grouper logo.
NOTE: All Internet2 Activities are governed by the Internet2 Intellectual Property Framework.
Related Internet2 Middleware projects
Development of this software was supported with funding from Internet2, the University of Chicago, the University of Bristol, the NSF Middleware Initiative (NSF 02-028, Grant No. OCI-0330626), and JISC.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).