WEB SERVICES

The Liberty Alliance Project has defined a framework that supports the development of identity-based, identity-consuming, and standard web services, in addition to clients of such services. This framework, which was released publicly in 2003, has been successfully implemented by many organizations. We continue to do work developing and further refining the fundamental architecture. Given its open, standards-based approach, it also lends itself well to other organizations developing services to complete more specific tasks. Our services group is focused on defining and developing such services, and has successfully completed a lot of work.

Additional Resources

A wealth of information, created by Liberty Alliance and by our members, is available for your quick reference. Resource Center
This document provides and overview of the Liberty approach to Web Services. Liberty ID-WSF: A Web Services Framework (PDF)
Now more than one billion Liberty-enabled devices and identities Adoption
The initiatives put forth in the Liberty Alliance Project have applications in real-world scenarios. Case Studies
This presentation showcases a working implementation of provisioning secure credentials to consumers, using Liberty Alliance protocols and specifications. It is based on a proof-of-concept project between Intel, HP and BT. Their converged service proposal offers three main benefits: improved user experience, network agnostic access with universal coverage, and support for extended range of multi-mode user devices. The use case is explored in-depth in this presentation.  

RSA Conference Workshop: Remote Provisioning of Soft Credentials
Presented by TK Ng and Dipak Patel of BT
This presentation showcases a working implementation of provisioning secure credentials to consumers, using Liberty Alliance protocols and specifications. It is based on a proof-of-concept project between Intel, HP and BT. Their converged service proposal offers three main benefits: improved user experience, network agnostic access with universal coverage, and support for extended range of multi-mode user devices. The use case is explored in-depth in this presentation.

•  BT RSA slides.zip 10.62 MB

 

This presentation provides an introduction to the challenges of federation–and the challenges it solves. It introduces the three pillars of identity: federation, virtualization and synchronization, exploring a case study that shows the promise that a standards-based identity approach allows.  

RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Novell
Presented by Justin Taylor of Novell
This presentation provides an introduction to the challenges of federation–and the challenges it solves. It introduces the three pillars of identity: federation, virtualization and synchronization, exploring a case study that shows the promise that a standards-based identity approach allows.

 

This piece details the Intel Identity Capable Platform, which was demoed.  

RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Intel Identity Capability
Presented by Intel Literature of Intel
This piece details the Intel Identity Capable Platform, which was demoed.

 

The Intel Identity Capable Platform, based on Liberty’s ID-WSF, is a trusted environment
which offers full lifecycle support for Manageable Identities, that can provision, update, delete, activate, deactivate, and aerialize/deserialize. Offering complete portability, it is capable of over the wire/air as well as physical provisioning with policy-controlled access and operations. This presentation details this project and its use of the Liberty standards.
 

RSA Conference Workshop: Liberty Alliance Identity Standards: Intel
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
The Intel Identity Capable Platform, based on Liberty’s ID-WSF, is a trusted environment which offers full lifecycle support for Manageable Identities, that can provision, update, delete, activate, deactivate, and aerialize/deserialize. Offering complete portability, it is capable of over the wire/air as well as physical provisioning with policy-controlled access and operations. This presentation details this project and its use of the Liberty standards.

 

The application of Liberty’s People Service, part of the ID-WSF standard, is explored in this presentation, with its application with VRSM (Vendor and Social Relationship Management). Use cases are presented and the use of Liberty’s standards to address them are explored.  

Liberty 2.0: People Service and VASRM
Presented by Paul Madsen of Co-Chair, Technology Expert Group
The application of Liberty’s People Service, part of the ID-WSF standard, is explored in this presentation, with its application with VRSM (Vendor and Social Relationship Management). Use cases are presented and the use of Liberty’s standards to address them are explored.

 

Liberty’s Advanced Client is introduced and explored in this presentation, which also reviews the evolution of the client in Liberty’s specifications. The architectural functionality of the specifications is reviewed, along with future roadmaps for the work, all grounded in a commitment to privacy and security.  

Liberty 2.0 Power to the User: New Advanced Client Solutions and Roadmap – Conor Cahill
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
Liberty’s Advanced Client is introduced and explored in this presentation, which also reviews the evolution of the client in Liberty’s specifications. The architectural functionality of the specifications is reviewed, along with future roadmaps for the work, all grounded in a commitment to privacy and security.

 

A case study involving a mashup of Google Earth and fboweb flight tracking information stars in this presentation, which dissects the functionality at hand and the solution that Liberty’s ID-WSF standard delivers in meeting the needs of: 1) SSO at the service level (as opposed to browser session level); 2) an identity model to identify parties in transations; 3) an identity model that supports chained transactions; 4) an interaction model that supports backend interactions; 5) a discovery model that allows per-user discovery; and 6) a token management model that allows context translation.  

Liberty 2.0 Why Web 2.0 Needs ID-WSF: Building Secure, Aware and User-Focused Identity Web Services
Presented by Conor Cahill of Intel
A case study involving a mashup of Google Earth and fboweb flight tracking information stars in this presentation, which dissects the functionality at hand and the solution that Liberty’s ID-WSF standard delivers in meeting the needs of: 1) SSO at the service level (as opposed to browser session level); 2) an identity model to identify parties in transations; 3) an identity model that supports chained transactions; 4) an interaction model that supports backend interactions; 5) a discovery model that allows per-user discovery; and 6) a token management model that allows context translation.

 

This presentation introduces the Higgins Project and its goal of interoperability between identity protocols and devices. A use case is also presented.  

Liberty 2.0 The Higgins Project: Understanding the Architecture and Use Cases – Mary Ruddy
Presented by Mary Ruddy of SocialPhysics
This presentation introduces the Higgins Project and its goal of interoperability between identity protocols and devices. A use case is also presented.

 

Various deployments are explored in this presentation which explores, at a very high-level perspective, Liberty’s Identity Web Services Framework and the use cases which it addresses. It also introduces the Liberty architecture, exploring the “behind the scenes” interactions that are allowed and the privacy and security it ensures.  

Liberty 2.0 ID-WSF Basics: A Pragmatic Look at Identity Web Services and the Business Needs Addressed
Presented by Eve Maler of Sun Microsystems
Various deployments are explored in this presentation which explores, at a very high-level perspective, Liberty’s Identity Web Services Framework and the use cases which it addresses. It also introduces the Liberty architecture, exploring the “behind the scenes” interactions that are allowed and the privacy and security it ensures.

 

A very high level introduction to the Liberty federation and identity web services standards, as well as the use cases they address. An excellent introductory piece to understanding the drivers behind the Liberty standards.  

Liberty 2.0 Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services
Presented by Fulup Ar Foll of Sun Microsystems
A very high level introduction to the Liberty federation and identity web services standards, as well as the use cases they address. An excellent introductory piece to understanding the drivers behind the Liberty standards.

 

This hands-on presentation provides code and an approach for creating services for Liberty’s ID-WSF Framework.  

Liberty 2.0 Creating ID-WSF Services – John Kemp
Presented by John Kemp of Nokia
This hands-on presentation provides code and an approach for creating services for Liberty’s ID-WSF Framework.

 

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