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Home > Program > Session > Identity and Access Management (IAM) WG Session
Identity and Access Management (IAM) WG Session - (Room 102)
Chairman : Motonori Nakamura (NII, Japan)
Kazu Yamaji (NII, Japan)
Members :
Objectives : This session will encourage the collaborations of developers/operators those who responsible for identity management with directory services and a variety of services with access control to discuss ways to get campuses ready for advanced authentication technologies so that end users can connect to the network and access resources (online journals, collaborative services, grid applications, wireless roaming, etc.) in a secure, scalable and manageable way.
Target Audience : Open for any attendees, especially researchers, application developers and operators working on academic networks, AAI, Grid and NREN.
Expected Number of Participants : 30
Agenda : 14:00-14:30
Title:
Introduction of Identity & Access Management Federation - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):
Motonori Nakamura, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Abstract:

Introduction of Identity & Access Management Federations in academic field have been established par country basis in the world to utilize/develop cloud services much effectively. This talk introduces what is the Identity & Access Management Federation.


14:30-15:00
Title:
Current Update on Japanese Identity Federation and Server Certificate Program in 2013 - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):
Kazu Yamaji, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Abstract:

The Japanese academic access federation, GakuNin, is deploying federated identify in Japan using the SAML 2.0 standard, primarily with Shibboleth software. GakuNin entered production operation in 2010, and has grown today to 69 IdPs and more than 100 SPs. This talk summarizes the GakuNin progress in the 2013 and the future plan, especially how to accelerate the federation activity by means of academic cloud services and also how to expand our server certificate program.


15:00-15:30
Title:
eduroam in Asian countries - benefits, and tips for operation - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):

Hideaki Goto, Tohoku University, Japan
Motonori Nakamura, National Institute of Informatics (NII), Japan
Hideaki Sone, Tohoku University, Japan

Abstract:

eduroam is the world de-facto standard of academic Wi-Fi roaming system, and has been gradually expanding in some Asian countries. About 60 territories in the world are participating in eduroam today. This talk introduces the benefits of eduroam and some tips for its operation, especially for prospective member countries. Updates of eduroam in the world are also presented.


15:30-16:00
Title:
On MICS-based CP/CPS for High Performance Computing Infrastructure in Japan - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):
Eisuke Sakane, Kento Aida, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Abstract:

The production-level operation of the High Performance Computing Infrastructure (HPCI) in Japan started from the end of September 2012. HPCI includes supercomputers and storages managed by universities and research institutes. The HPCI Certificate Authority (CA) supports the authentication system of HPCI and is operated according to a Certificate Policy / Certification Practice Statement (CP/CPS) based on the Member Integrated X.509 PKI Credential Service (MICS) authentication profile. In order to use a certificate issued by HPCI CA for international research collaboration, HPCI CA should be accredited by an international trust federation such as the International Grid Trust Federation (IGTF). This talk presents the overview of the HPCI authentication system, especially focuses on MICS-based CP/CPS, and discusses issues toward accreditation by IGTF.


16:00-16:30
Title:
An Update of the Development of Malaysian Access Federation through SIFULAN (Secure Identity Federation on Unified Lightweight Access maNagement) - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):

Suhaimi Napis, Heaf of e-Research, Grids and Clouds Working Group, MYREN; SIFULAN (Malaysia); Universiti Putra Malaysia

Muhammad Farhan Sjaugi, SIFULAN (Malaysia); Academic Grid Malaysia.

Abstract:

Current status of the ongoing development of Malaysian Access Federation through the implemtation of Secure Identity Federation on Unified iLightweight Access maNagement (SIFULAN) service will be presented. The drafting of the policy and guideline documents for SIFULAN services in line with applicable Malaysian laws and organizational/institutional governance structures is nearing completion. Draft documents will be put through a series of awareness campaign both from policy makers/stakeholders and also user community in the hope of getting the buy-ins and supports from them. The initial target users will be from the academic/research community as well as students. Experiences and challenges in the process of establishing the Trust Framework including earlier successes will be discussed.


16:30-17:00
Title:
CARSI Today and the Near Future - Slides
Author name(s) and affiliation(s):
Ping CHEN, Peking University, China
Abstract:

In this presentation, CARSI(the China CERNET Identity Federation) will be introduced briefly. Being a pilot project, CARSI extended to about 30 member universities in 2010. To make the Federated Identity to benefit more people, in 2013, CARSI cooperated with CALIS (China Academic Library & Information System) to serve for more university library users. More and more people in China begin to know the technology and want to use it.


17:00-17:30

Free Discussion

Remarks : May require Videoconferencing
Seating Arrangement: U Shape