|Chairs||Motonori Nakamura [motonori AT nii.ac.jp]|
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.|
|No. of Participants||40|
Time: 09:00 - 10:30
- Value proposition of federated identity for decision makers (General discussion plus AARC specifics) - APAN41-ValueProp.pdf
Alessandra Scicchitano, Heather Flanagan
- TIER Project update
- Round table - 3 to 5 minutes update on level of IAM deployment across universities and organizations within your nation
Vladimir Mencl - REANNZ
Time: 11:00 - 12:30
Time: 13:30 - 15:00
- Update on the XeAP project
- eduroam discussion - various topics - update.pdf
eduroam update in APAN (incl. reports from GeGC, if exists)
National eduroam updates (round table, 3 to 5 min each)
New technologies, experiences, directions, etc., upon requests by prospective presenters.
Discussion: eduroam deployment/expansion in APAC, especially for the counties/territories not covered by the XeAP.
Other eduroam-related discussions (guest accounts?)
Time: 15:30 - 17:00
- The Philippines Federation model - iGovPhil_Presentation_20160127.pdf
- NZ Federation Use Case
Sat Mandri - REANNZ [TBC]
- Joining eduGAIN - from the perspective of a nation currently going through the process, what have they learned?
- Round table - How to launch the identity federation in your country
|Seating Arrangement||U Shape|