Sofitel (San Francisco Bay), Redwood City, CA, USA
Much work has been done by organizations across the globe in implementing solutions that rely upon unique identity data to accomplish different tasks, from posting on a social network to transferring money to making a donation to a political site. This workshop recognizes that different business models, product approaches and end-purpose goals drive different implementations, and consistent standards must exist that don’t result in siloed approaches. Through a variety of presentations, panels and a hands-on session (bring your computers!), we’ll explore how to use Identity Web services to achieve:
-Internet scale…and robustness
-User experience…and security
Attendees will leave with a well-rounded understanding of what can be achieved with the Liberty Alliance standards and the convergence that’s underway in the identity space.
Anyone exploring or using web services that make use of identity information, particularly from IdPs/WSPs and SPs/WSCs, is invited to attend. All organizations, small and large, are welcome to attend this free workshop.
Please register at https://www.events.projectliberty.org/details.php?id=5
10:00-10:20 Overview: “Introduction to Liberty”, Roger Sullivan, Oracle
10:20-10:50 Presentation: “Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services”, Fulup Ar Foll, Sun Microsystems
10:50-11:20 Presentation: “ID-WSF Basics—A Pragmatic Look at Identity Web Services and the Business Needs Addressed”, Eve Maler, Sun Microsystems
11:30-12:00 Presentation: “Why Web 2.0 Needs ID-WSF : Building Secure, Aware and User-Focused Identity Web Services”, Conor Cahill, Intel
12:00-12:30 Presentation: “People Service Presentation: Realizing the Benefits of Identity-Based Web Services with Social Networks”, Paul Madsen, Co-Chair, Technology Expert Group
12:30-1:00 Presentation: “Power to the User: New Advanced Client Solutions and Roadmap”, Conor Cahill, Intel
1:45-2:30 Tutorial: “The Higgins Project: Understanding the Architecture and Use Cases”, Mary Ruddy, SocialPhysics
2:30-4:00 Tutorial: “Creating ID-WSF Services”, John Kemp, Nokia
If you have questions, please contact Dervla O’Reilly, firstname.lastname@example.org