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I am looking for resources which can guide us in setting up Shiboleth and InCommon for federation – start to finish - at Temple University.  Thank you in advance.

 

Ramana Chamarty

Director, Temple University

r.c@temple.edu

 

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Hi Ramana,

The InCommon Affiliates can assist in getting Temple up and running in the Federation. They offer services from Shibboleth consultanting to identity provider appliances and cloud instances. You can see the current list at http://www.incommon.org/affiliate/.

If you have further questions, just let me know.

Best,
Ann

I am looking for resources which can guide us in setting up Shiboleth and InCommon for federation – start to finish - at Temple University.  Thank you in advance.

 

Ramana Chamarty

Director, Temple University

r.c@temple.edu

 


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Ann West
Assistant Director,
Assurance and Community
Internet2/InCommon/Michigan Tech
awest@internet2.edu
office: +1.906.487.1726

Ramana,
I might also suggest the course material put together for the Incommon Shibboleth training team.  Nate Klingenstein and Paul Caskey have done quite a bit of work to make them nice, self contained units where at the end you'll have a working IdP or SP that you can use as a template. 

Once you get one up and working, the process of getting into inCommon is less technical and more of a procedure.  And the folks there have made it pretty straightforward.

Michael McDermott
Shibboleth Training Team


Nice addition, Michael!


As a side note, you can download the VM and walk through the wiki training. However,  the instructions assume our training services are available, and we only guarantee that during the actual training sessions. We're talking about developing a self-paced version, though, and would be interested to hear your thoughts about that.

Best,
Ann

Ramana,
I might also suggest the course material put together for the Incommon Shibboleth training team.  Nate Klingenstein and Paul Caskey have done quite a bit of work to make them nice, self contained units where at the end you'll have a working IdP or SP that you can use as a template. 

Once you get one up and working, the process of getting into inCommon is less technical and more of a procedure.  And the folks there have made it pretty straightforward.

Michael McDermott
Shibboleth Training Team


My apologies, I had copied the link but forgot to paste it when my 4 year old climbed the fridge to make the advent calendar a nice breakfast.


Ann,

 

I would love to see a self-paced version of this course material.  I’ve had a longstanding item on my own to-do list to create a local Shibboleth training curriculum, but have not had the time or resources to devote to it.  This is a great resource.

 

Thanks,

 

Nick

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Nicholas Roy – Identity Architect

The University of Iowa / ITS - Administrative Information Systems / Directory and Authentication

 

From: Identity Management Constituent Group Discussion list [mailto:IDM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Ann West
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 7:47 AM
To: IDM@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [IDM] Shibolethe and InCommon

 

Nice addition, Michael!

 

 

As a side note, you can download the VM and walk through the wiki training. However,  the instructions assume our training services are available, and we only guarantee that during the actual training sessions. We're talking about developing a self-paced version, though, and would be interested to hear your thoughts about that.

 

Best,

Ann

Ramana,
I might also suggest the course material put together for the Incommon Shibboleth training team.  Nate Klingenstein and Paul Caskey have done quite a bit of work to make them nice, self contained units where at the end you'll have a working IdP or SP that you can use as a template. 

Once you get one up and working, the process of getting into inCommon is less technical and more of a procedure.  And the folks there have made it pretty straightforward.

Michael McDermott
Shibboleth Training Team

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