[sf-lug] Fwd: Liberty Alliance in Santa Clara on March 10

jim stockford jim at well.com
Tue Feb 26 15:08:55 PST 2008

    i checked them out and still can't figure out if this is
info worth passing on. lemme know your opinion.

> Liberty Alliance will be holding a public identity management 
> implementation workshop in Santa Clara on March 10 and would welcome 
> all SF-LUG members to attend.

> There's no charge and lunch will be provided.

> It's a great opportunity for individuals and organizations to examine 
> Liberty's technology standards and policy frameworks. The link to the 
> agenda and registration is included below. Give a shout with questions 
> -- hopefully, you are able to attend. --  Russ
> Overview of Liberty Alliance Governance and Policy Frameworks Focus of 
> March 10 Santa Clara Identity Management Workshop
> Public Workshop Details How to Implement Liberty Alliance Identity 
> Specifications and Reviews Policy-Based Identity Assurance and 
> Identity Governance Frameworks
> Santa Clara, CA.   Feb 20, 2008 – Liberty Alliance, the global 
> identity consortium working to build a more trusted internet for 
> consumers, governments and businesses worldwide, today released 
> highlights of the agenda for its identity management implementation 
> workshop taking place on March 10 from 9:30am - 5:30pm in Santa Clara, 
> CA. The public event is for developers, system integrators and 
> technical, business and policy teams interested in understanding how 
> to implement Liberty’s open identity specifications and policy-based 
> governance and privacy frameworks to build and deploy interoperable, 
> secure and privacy-respecting identity systems.
> The event features representatives from organizations deploying SAML 
> 2.0 Liberty Federation and Liberty Web Services who will review 
> deployment use cases and a step-by-step overview of how technology and 
> policy issues have been addressed within the application. The workshop 
> will include functionality overviews of Liberty’s open identity 
> specifications, a session on the soon-to-be released open source code 
> from openLiberty.org and updates on the policy-based Liberty Identity 
> Governance Framework (IGF) and the Liberty Identity Assurance 
> Framework (IAF). The event will showcase Liberty specifications used 
> in a Software as a Service (SaaS) deployment and will include the 
> industry’s first Data Portability and Identity face-to-face meeting.
> “Organizations need to address technology, business and privacy issues 
> if they are to more easily build and deploy successful digital 
> identity management solutions,” said Brett McDowell, executive 
> director, Liberty Alliance. “The March 10 workshop will provide 
> participants with the technology and policy overviews they need to 
> jump-start the process of building identity dependent applications 
> that can interoperate with the growing number of Liberty deployments 
> worldwide.”   
> About the March 10 Santa Clara Workshop
> Located at the Sun Microsystems Santa Clara Campus, the workshop will 
> overview the use cases for implementing Liberty standards and the 
> gains that can be realized through implementation, providing a clear 
> view on where to start, what to implement first, and what 
> prerequisites need to be in place. The workshop will blend traditional 
> presentations with interactive birds-of-a-feather (BOF) discussions, 
> providing opportunities for participants to interact, network and 
> understand the Liberty standards, governance and policy landscape. The 
> agenda and registration is available at 
> https://maa.projectliberty.org:443/ws/index.html
> Russ DeVeau
> www.projectliberty.org
> 508-487-6102 – Office
> 908-251-1549 – Mobile
> russ at projectliberty.org
> IM : devcommruss

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