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Registration continues for the Shibboleth installation workshops, July 16-17, 2012, in Baltimore. Registration will close when the workshops reach the capacity of 44, or on July 10—whichever comes first. 

The Shibboleth Identity and Service Provider Workshops provide technical installation and configuration experience with Shibboleth, version 2. 

Details are below; more information and registration is available at

Shibboleth Workshop Series July 16-17, 2012 – Baltimore, Maryland

Identity Provider * July 16, 2012 * 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (ET) 
Service Provider * July 17, 2012 * 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (ET) 


Have you decided to deploy a web single sign-on (SSO) system and leverage it to access resources and contracted services through InCommon? Do you need training on installation and support?

Consider attending one or both:
•  InCommon Shibboleth Identity Provider Workshop on July 16, 2012
•  InCommon Shibboleth Service Provider Workshop on July 17, 2012

Developed for organizations new to Shibboleth and those with existing implementations interested in upgrading to the v2 release, the workshops will offer the chance to:
  • Install either a prototype Shibboleth identity or service provider in a virtual machine environment.
  • Hear tips for configuring and running the software in production.
  • Learn about integration with LDAP directories and selected packages.
AUDIENCE includes higher education and partner organization representatives with knowledge of identity management concepts and related implementation experience. Organizations are encouraged to send one or two attendees who best represent the following functions:

• System install, integration, and ongoing support staff
• Campus technology architects

REGISTER SOON ( to reserve a seat. Participation is limited to maintain program quality. NOTE: There is a separate registration process and fee for each workshop (IdP and SP). If you wish to attend both days, be sure to register for each.

THIS SHIBBOLETH WORKSHOP SERIES event is sponsored by InCommon, Internet2, and UMBC. InCommon, operated by Internet2, operates the secure and privacy-preserving fabric for research and education, and their partners, in the United States.