Trust and Identity at the 2017 Technology Exchange
The 2017 Internet2 Technology Exchange takes place October 15–19, in San Francisco. When you make your plans, be sure to plan on staying through noon on Thursday, Oct. 19, so you take full advantage of the Advance CAMP (ACAMP).
The Trust and Identity track includes a combination of submitted track sessions, working groups and BoFs (birds of a feather), and the unconference ACAMP, where participants propose the topics and set the agenda. Note that half-day tutorials are offered on Sunday. Check out the TechEx program for all of the details.
You’ll also have an opportunity to provide feedback—and your own ideas—on the direction and priority for Internet2’s trust and identity programs. The opening Monday morning session will feature a summary of plans and the strategic direction for trust and identity from Kevin Morooney (VP for Trust and Identity at Internet2), as well as three speakers from various constituencies providing their perspectives. Later that morning, a BoF will give you a chance to respond.
TechEx provides a unique opportunity to rub shoulders with campus identity operators and architects, international architects and federation operators, and others in the community involved with InCommon, TIER, Shibboleth, Grouper, and other projects and programs.
You’ll find the program, hotel information, and the rest of the meeting scoop on the TechEx website.