Open Source Person Registries - You want 'em, we got 'em!
Eric Westfall (Indiana University)
Dedra Chamberlin (University of California Berkeley)
Bob Morgan (University of Washington)
Date and time (EDT)
June 13, 2012, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Conference Center Room 3
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The Community Identity Framework for Education and Research (CIFER) project is a cross-consortial effort to assemble a comprehensive suite of open source identity and access management solutions for Higher Education. Participants in this initiative include Jasig, Internet2, Kuali, and a few interested universities.
In this session, you will learn about the progress of the Person Registries work stream since the formation of the initiative. This includes work in the areas of identity match and reconciliation as well as planning for inclusion and development of the Identity Registry component itself. This includes analysis on existing solutions such as OpenRegistry, Kuali Identity Management, and Penn State's person registry. This group has also been working closely with the Provisioning work stream of CIFER to ensure proper integration.
Come to this session and learn about the exciting work the team is doing, and see how it can benefit you and your institution to get involved!
- Slides - PersonRegistries-JASIG-2012_v7.pptx
- CIFER Registries Team Wiki - https://spaces.internet2.edu/x/BJ2KAQ
- Archived Recording: http://engage.opencastproject.org/engage/ui/watch.html?id=26e8292a-6764-4112-8a7c-65a6a1f2febf