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InCommon Advance CAMP: Identity Services Summit IV

October 4-5, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Concerned about the lack of identity-related tools available to you? Want to learn what's being done across the community to close this gap and how to get involved? Advance CAMP: Identity Summit IV covered these topics and more.

The meeting featured an unconference-style agenda, providing substantial time for exploration and discussion of topics and work items of general interest to participants in the area of Identity Services. (You can review the proceedings of the 2011 ACAMP Identity Services Summit.)

  • Enterprise-cloud integration, including Internet2 Net+ services
  • Identity Services for mobile applications
  • Identity Services for Research and Virtual Organizations
  • Provisioning and integration tools and standards
  • Identity registries and associated interfaces

The meeting sought the participation of architects, developers, and deployers of open-source and commercial software, services, and frameworks to:

  • Engage in solving identity-related challenges encountered in developing application software and cloud sourcing strategies.
  • Hear about who's doing what and how to participate in or leverage their activities.
  • Discuss open source development activities with members of Grouper, Kuali KIM, and CIFER working groups.
  • Develop your take-aways for using technologies such as Google Apps for Education, OAuth, OpenID Connect, SAML, OpenSocial, Spring, and Django, among others.
  • Expand international participation in the development of community identity solutions.

Advance CAMP was sponsored by the InCommon Federation in cooperation with Internet2.
InCommon thanks the Organizing Committee for their work 

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

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