2019 InCommon BaseCAMP
August 13-15, 2019
Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Have a few tough questions relating to access management? Want to find out how your friends at other organizations are solving them? Want a crash course in InCommon Federation or open-source identity and access management software?
Join us for BaseCAMP 2019!
InCommon BaseCAMP brings together all those interested in the basics of identity and access management — whether you manage identities, make resources available to folks from other organizations, or both.
Get your questions answers and find out about the InCommon Federation and how the community-developed identity and access management suite the InCommon Trusted Access Platform can play a part. You can see the program here.
So what's On Tap?
We'll share common solutions for enabling collaborator and guest access, student life cycle management, access to services using groups, and more. Have a challenge that you want help with? Bring it with you and we'll tackle that, too. You can see the program here.
Here are some of the things we'll cover:
Making it easier for your faculty and scholars to collaborate with their remote colleagues.
Finding out about federated access and InCommon Federation and how to hit the ground running.
Getting help with your identity project.
Learning from others and finding folks just like you.
Who should attend BaseCAMP?
Those management and technical staff that are new to Identity and Access Management or Federated Access.
Those responsible for the operation of an Identity and Access Management system or components - in higher education, at a research organization, or at a service provider.
Those wanting to learn more about the IAM software suite, the InCommon Trusted Access Platform and its components. For those that have been around a while, this translates to Shibboleth, Grouper, COmanage, and midPoint. Don’t know what those are? No worries, you don’t have to.
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