InCommon Affiliate Webinar Series: Aegis Identity
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
2 pm ET | 1 pm CT | Noon MT | 11 am PT
Join via Adobe Connect (slides and audio): http://internet2.adobeconnect.com/affiliate
Case Study in Just-in-Time Provisioning and ID Proxy Management
This webinar will look at technology developed in conjunction with a K-12 consortium to provide for a multi-tenancy proxy IdP with real-time provisioning for a common Shibboleth assertion. Coupled with the Federation Registry, which allows for tenant self-service on-boarding and SP request and approval, the consortium is setting their stage for intrastate K-12 federation.
Jim Faut, Director of Software Development, Aegis Identity Software, Inc.
Ames Fowler, Solution Engineering Manager, Aegis Identity Software, Inc.
Slides and audio will be available via Adobe Connect:
There is also a dial-in back-up:
734-615-7474, or 866-411-0013
About Aegis Identity
Aegis Identity Software has multiple goals: (1) to provide contemporary identity management solutions, (2) align with open source identity management technologies (such as Shibboleth, CAS, Grouper), and (3) using the EDUCAUSE model of “collaborative sourcing” to deploy IdM solutions quickly and without incurring a large professional service expense to the university.
Designed specifically for higher education, TridentHE, provides an identity management platform to automate provisioning/de-provisioning, identity synchronization, password management and user self-service. Unlike legacy “full solution” suites, TridentHE is an IdM software solution designed with contemporary technology and SOA based open standard provisioning engines resulting in a solution with a focus on cost savings, compliance and optimal risk management.
About the InCommon Affiliate Webinar Series
InCommon Affiliates offer software, support, integration, and consulting related to identity and access management, and other trust services. This webinar series provides an opportunity for affiliates to share ideas and solutions with the community. You can learn more about the affiliates atwww.incommon.org/affiliates.