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Title

Columbia Goes Goo-Google for CAS - Extending CAS with WIND Protocol Support and Service Registry

Presenters

Dan Ellentuck (Columbia University )

Bill Thompson (Unicon)

Date and time (EDT)

June 12 2:30 PM

Room

Conference Center Room 4

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Description

When Columbia University decided to move to Google Apps, CAS was a natural choice, but like many campuses, Columbia already had a highly customized home-grown web authentication system. What was needed was a way to bridge the two systems to provide the 200+ application clients an orderly migration from the legacy system to CAS. This solutions talk will first review CAS support for Google Apps. Then it will describe Columbia's legacy-to-CAS migration strategy, which uses the CAS support for multi-protocol extensions to talk to current WIND clients in the legacy API, while at the same time talking SAML to Google Apps. It will also describe how the more extensive service model of the legacy system is made available to CAS. Lots of code you can use.

Materials

 Archived Recording: http://engage.opencastproject.org/engage/ui/watch.html?id=0859ff7a-9e84-49db-9467-29e48db54339

 



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