- MACE-paccman slides from Internet2 Member Meeting: April 2009 (pdf)
- MACE-paccman-glossary and comparative taxonomy
- MACE-paccman charter
- Mapping XACML and Signet Terms
- Kuali identity services summary (pdf)
- CMU Identity glossary
- Visual MACE-paccman charter
- Internet2 Privilege Management Survey Final Report - Fall 2008 (updated pdf ~4 MB)
- Categorizing Access Management Use Cases(Rob Carter and Scott Fullerton, June 2009 CAMP in Philadelphia)
- Surfnet Report on Collaboration Infrastructure
- APIs, Objects and Protocols for Access Management
- Oracle Entitlements Server Whitepaper NEW
- Policy Engine / PDP initiative
At Advanced CAMP this past summer several middleware initiatives were launched. One of them, led by Leif Johansson and Keith Hazelton, is on policy engine evaluation using the featured Paccman use cases.
PERMIS provides you with the software that makes access control decisions, and also g
Anyone needing to manage group access to resources can use Grouper – from accountants to zoologists. A researcher might create a group and enable members to participate on an email list or view a web site. Students might use Grouper to set up and manage groups for similar applications as they work together on shared projects and class work. Your IT staff can delegate group management and enable those leading collaborations to set up and manage their own groups.
PERMIS provides you with the software that makes access control decisions, and also gives you the tools for managing your policies, your role assignments, and delegations between users
- Kuali Identity Management (KIM)
KIM provides central identity and access management services. It also provides management features for Identity, Groups, Roles, Permissions, and their relationships with each other.
- perMIT Project (MIT)
The perMIT project's purpose is to translate MIT's RolesDB, in production use for over 10 years, to an open source community project and finally deliver to the world a usable Permission Management System.
- spocp SPOCP (pronounced as SPOCP, for Simple Policy Control Protocol) is a very efficient rule-based authorization engine