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Attribute Release Training for Federation Operators, 15 June 2015

The goal of the training is to assist identity federation operators in deploying attribute release practices for the Home Organisations and Service Providers in their federations.

The training covers:

Target Audience

The training is for people who are responsable for the operation and development of academic SAML-based identity federations. In particular, attendance of the training is recommended for federation operators of eduGAIN Member federation.

Date and place

Tthe training took place on June 15th, 2015, at 9.00-12.30 (GMT+1)

TNC2015 conference venue, Porto, Portugal. Room C.

Archived video stream

Agenda and material

All material is licenced under the CC BY-SA 3.0 licence.

9:00

Welcome (Mikael Linden, CSC) (pptx)

9:05

Introduction to the Data protection Code of Conduct (Mikael Linden, CSC) (pptx)

  • The Data protection directive and the Code of Conduct approach
  • Requirements for Service Providers, Home Organisations and federation operators
  • SAML 2.0 profile for the Code of Conduct
  • Code of Conduct monitor
10:05

Introduction to the REFEDS Research and Scholarship Entity Category (Nicole Harris, GÉANT Association/REFEDS) (pptx)

  • Requirements for Service Providers, Home Organisations and federation operators
  • SAML 2.0 profile
10:30

Comparison of Code of Conduct and Research and Scholarship (Mikael Linden, Nicole Harris)(pptx)

10:45Coffee break
11:15

Case: CoCo and R&S in a full-mesh federation (Rhys Smith, JISC) (pptx)

  • Where the Home Organisation administrators decide attribute release locally
11:30

Case: CoCo and R&S in a full-mesh federation (Lukas Hämmerle, SWITCHaai) (pdf)

  • Where the federation operator provides a centralised tool for the attribute release management
12:00

Case: CoCo and R&S in a hub&spoke federation (Femke Morsch, Surfconext) (pptx)

  • Where the Hub manages the attribute release for Home Organisatios
12:25Questions and discussion


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