Authentication and Authorisation for Research Collaborations Beyond 2019 - Future Prospects After 3 Years in the AARC Project
Time 10/17/18 08:00AM-08:50AM
In 2016, the AARC project published the first version of the AARC Blueprint Architecture (AARC BPA) to enable federated access for research collaboration services. The BPA addressed the need to provide guidance and best practices to those research collaborations to deploy an AAI without reinventing the wheel.
Over the last two years, there have been several implementations of research collaborations AAIs that now follow the AARC BPA and are now being used in production.
In this session, we will present the next version of the AARC BPA (to be released in June 2018) and the implications for the current and future research rommunity AAIs; the AARC Policy Starter Kit to ensure that policy and privacy aspects are addressed when deploying an IdP/SP proxy (which is the element of the AARC BPA), and the set of AARC recommendations that support research collaborations deploying AARC BPA compliant implementations.
With the AARC project coming to an end in April 2019, we will present plans to continue the AARC work beyond 2019 and explore collaboration beyond Europe, for instance, with Internet2.
Speaker Licia Florio GÉANT
Speaker Christos Kanellopoulos GÉANT
Speaker David Groep GÉANT
Speaker David Kelsey GÉANT
Speaker Hannah Short GÉANT
Primary track Trust & Identity