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[Moving this discussion to its own thread, as the original post was about general Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Federation usage]


After some discussion off list, Mark and I agree it would be useful to gather and share more information about how PeopleSoft has been integrated into SAML, Shibboleth and federated authentication environments different sites.

This would include information on installation of Shibboleth SP software in PeopleSoft application environments, configuration of OAM/OIF to interoperate with Shibboleth/SAML IdPs, or any other form of federated PeopleSoft authentication you may have implemented.

The immediate goal is to help campuses plan their own integration strategies by seeing what has and hasn't worked elsewhere. If you have any experience doing this sort of integration, please send a description of what was done -- as detailed as you would like -- to "ericg@ucsc.edu" and "rankm@uwm.edu".

If we are able to gather sufficient information, we will compile a summary and put together a page providing overviews of what has been done, what benefits were experienced, and what technical hurdles had been encountered.

Please let us know if you want your information include anonymously in any summary we create. We do not intend to provide code or detailed installation instructions in a summary, as those will be product and version specific.

Please respond by October 19th, 2012 to "ericg@ucsc.edu" and "rankm@uwm.edu" and we will report back by November 2nd, 2012.

Eric Goodman - Identity Management Lead - UC Santa Cruz
Mark Rank - Middleware and Identity Management Lead - UW-Milwaukee


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Message from peesh@peesh.net

I am looking for someone that wants to serve as a consultant to another university to lead a project to CASify Peoplesoft.

 

Anyone interested? If so, email me off-list, as appropriate.

 

From: Identity Management Constituent Group Discussion list [mailto:IDM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Eric Goodman
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2012 12:26 PM
To: IDM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: [IDM] Federating Oracle/PeopleSoft applications

 

[Moving this discussion to its own thread, as the original post was about general Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Federation usage]

 

 

After some discussion off list, Mark and I agree it would be useful to gather and share more information about how PeopleSoft has been integrated into SAML, Shibboleth and federated authentication environments different sites.

 

This would include information on installation of Shibboleth SP software in PeopleSoft application environments, configuration of OAM/OIF to interoperate with Shibboleth/SAML IdPs, or any other form of federated PeopleSoft authentication you may have implemented.

 

The immediate goal is to help campuses plan their own integration strategies by seeing what has and hasn't worked elsewhere. If you have any experience doing this sort of integration, please send a description of what was done -- as detailed as you would like -- to "ericg@ucsc.edu" and "rankm@uwm.edu".

 

If we are able to gather sufficient information, we will compile a summary and put together a page providing overviews of what has been done, what benefits were experienced, and what technical hurdles had been encountered.

 

Please let us know if you want your information include anonymously in any summary we create. We do not intend to provide code or detailed installation instructions in a summary, as those will be product and version specific.

 

Please respond by October 19th, 2012 to "ericg@ucsc.edu" and "rankm@uwm.edu" and we will report back by November 2nd, 2012.

 

Eric Goodman - Identity Management Lead - UC Santa Cruz

Mark Rank - Middleware and Identity Management Lead - UW-Milwaukee

 

 

I thought I would pass on an upcoming webinar that may be of interest to folks that were looking for information on integrating SAML AuthN with PeopleSoft. The Higher Education Users Group (HEUG) will be hosting a webinar ----------------------------------------------------- "PeopleSoft SSO: Extending Federation to PeopleSoft" November 14th, 2012- 1pm Eastern PeopleSoft does not support single sign-on (SSO) through federation protocols, including Shibboleth. This webinar will discuss how your Shibboleth environment can be extended to provide SSO to PeopleSoft as well as how attribute management can be used to enhance security and compliance by assuring the validity of authentication information used for PeopleSoft. http://www.heug.org/p/cm/ld/fid=176&eid=209&source=2 ------------------------------------------------------ *** Disclaimer *** I no longer closely follow the group but for many years, they have strongly advocated in an independent fashion for the Higher Education community to PeopleSoft and later Oracle. Regards, Mark ------------------------------------------ Mark Rank Middleware and Identity Management Group University Information Technology Services UW-Milwaukee Email: rankm@uwm.edu Phn: 414-229-3706 ------------------------------------------
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