Presentation on theme: "TF-EMC2 – Internet2 update Dr. Ken Klingenstein, Senior Director, Middleware and Security, Internet2 Technologist, University of Colorado at Boulder."— Presentation transcript:
TF-EMC2 – Internet2 update Dr. Ken Klingenstein, Senior Director, Middleware and Security, Internet2 Technologist, University of Colorado at Boulder
email@example.com Topics Internet2 Stuff Middleware Other middleware and apps activities in the US Kuali Rice / KIM US Gov
firstname.lastname@example.org Internet2 Network wars with NLR have subsided DCN remains an expensive and uncertain service 100GE the new thrill New governance mechanisms, but little effect yet
email@example.com Internet2 Middleware Core products include Shib, Grouper Plans for privilege management evolving Maybe some add-ons to Grouper Maybe a stand-alone library ala Signet Maybe… COmanage about to go beta and seems to be an obvious approach GUI work important; engagement with Fluid Basic domesticated applications include Confluence, Drupal, Sympa, etc.
firstname.lastname@example.org Shibboleth Thanks to the Swiss, Hungary, Sweden, etc for the code development Geneva does SAML and will, with configuration guidance, function as a Shib IdP and SP 2.1 on the street Delegation and portal integration next in the roadmap
email@example.com InCommon Update Growth is quite strong; doubled in size for the fifth year straight… Potential size estimates (pre-interfederation) could grow > 5,000; revenue stream…. MoU for federal agencies to join in the works Silver profile approved Federation soup in the US is increasing in complexity Major planning effort on the future of InCommon now underway, including governance, community served, pricing and packaging principles, business models
firstname.lastname@example.org Grist for InCommon background Comparison to other national R&E federations Budget, basics Strength-weakness-opportunities-threats analysis Status of soup Growth and expense/revenue projections Effect of interfederation and soup on projections Other business opportunities
email@example.com Principles to be established Community served Business opportunities Governance and representation Pricing and packaging principles – membership models, working with soup, etc. Charge by cost or charge by value ------------- The relationship between InCommon and Internet2
firstname.lastname@example.org CAMPs 2009 Feb – Arizona – Institutional Identity – registrars and IT folks June - ? Base Camp – getting starting with group and privilege management Advanced Camp – either Integration of Institutional and Social Identity API’s for basic IdM Workflow and priv management
email@example.com Kuali Open Source Major Enterprise Apps Kuali Financials Kuali Student Kuali Grant Management – Coeus Kuali Library Systems Often catalyzed by grant funding but operated by community source and development Have a lot of interest but have yet to prove themselves
firstname.lastname@example.org Rice and KIM Rice is the unifying middleware for the Kuali applications, and now much more. It includes workflow, service buses, etc. KIM is the Kuali Identity Management part of Rice But since the the Kuali apps are of different generations, Rice isn’t simple And KIM is urgent And many schools have implemented Shib and Grouper…
email@example.com US Gov EAuthentication is back and is new and improved Model is to “do that stuff like InCommon” (form community of interest federations) and do something inter-federation NIST 800-63 is undergoing some revisions; R&E has emerged as the key user community
firstname.lastname@example.org A Partial List of Important Things on the R&E Federated Space Learning the business of federations (business models, governance structures, membership models, etc) and sharing that knowledge R Coordination of interfederation basic technical approaches (from InfoCard and attribute management strategies to metadata tagging and services to, gasp, monitoring and diagnostics) TF Coordination of interfederation basic policy issues (from overlapping or competing members to common policy frameworks to legal structures between federations, orphanages) R Application enablement, from DKIM to video TF Federated operator standards, best practices, audits, etc. R Support of virtual organizations in science, humanities, etc. R eGov Interactions ? + LA LOA profiles ? +LA Common membership agreement formats R Standardized member POP R
email@example.com A Partial List of Important Things on the R&E Federated Space Outreach of model to other vertical sectors (eg. Medical, Telecomm and ISP’s) LA Outreach of R&E feds to other emerging national feds nobody Short-term multi-fed metadata R + Ken Long-term solutions to dynamic metadata, etc. TF Effective attribute standards/mapping processes R+ TF Coordination of attributes ->English in uApprove, Autograph, InfoCard, etc. R+TF Convening and hosting REfeds and TAC
firstname.lastname@example.org Places where talking could happen REfeds Liberty Alliance REfeds TAC (possible) EMC2 ECAM/MACE ISOC Geant/eduGAIN ??
email@example.com Other items Privman venue EDDY Bob Hit the refresh button frequently…
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