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BaseCAMP Serves Those New to Identity Management

“What should we keep for BaseCAMP next year?” the evaluation survey asked. One response captured the essence of the program: “The level of training/education, the open and honest environment, vendors who are willing to be part of the conversation without pushing their products.” It was that kind of meeting. Sixty-three identity and access management professionals…

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How is a Website Like a ’72 Dodge Dart?

By Kevin Morooney, Vice President, Trust and Identity Services & NET+ When I graduated from college, my parents pointed me to a very used car they had identified as a graduation gift. They had done the legwork to find something affordable, usable and probably still durable…even though it was already thirteen years old. Their loving…

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The Landscape of DevOps within TIER

Read about the history of DevOps from a 2016 article by Steve Zoppi. The concepts surrounding DevOps (development/operations) structure are complex and continue to evolve to encompass a wide range of practices and processes. Read one of the best explanations of DevOps. This particular perspective expresses the nuance that the TIER Working Group teams have…

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InCommon Academy Expands Software Training and Workshops

The InCommon Academy introduces an expanded training program this fall with workshops covering four key open source software components: Shibboleth, Grouper, COmanage, and midPoint. Each of these interactive workshops lead you through installing and configuring one of the components, featuring the InCommon Trusted Access Platform containerized versions of the software. You don’t need to have…

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InCommon Fun Facts – August 2019

New InCommon Participants As of August 26, 2019, InCommon had 1,023 participants. Here are the new participants since the last update in July: Higher Education Tarleton State University Tarrant County College District University of the Incarnate Word Sponsored Partners 3rd Millennium Classrooms Albany Molecular Research, Inc Inova Health System Intellectus The Simons Foundation InCommon Certificate…

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InCommon Fun Facts – June 2019

New InCommon Participants As of June 20, 2019, InCommon had 1,012 participants. Here are the new participants since the last update in March 2019: Higher Education Colorado Mesa University Colorado State University-Pueblo D’Youville College Lasell College Lesley University New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Stephen F. Austin State University Sponsored Partners IdeaScale TCS Education…

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Save the Date for 2019 Technology Exchange

We hope you plan to join us in New Orleans this December 9-12 for what promises to be the best Technology Exchange ever! Plans for a broad selection of community-led tutorials on Monday are already underway. Proposals for these, as well as the technical sessions and working meetings, SIGs, and BoFs that will be scheduled Tuesday-to-Thursday/Friday are being vetted…

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Many opportunities to meet with Trusted CI at PEARC19

PEARC19 will explore the current practice and experience in advanced research computing including modeling, simulation, and data-intensive computing.

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In the Field: eduroam is spreading rapidly through Mexico

The service has grown significantly in the last years. From two access points in 2014, it now has 444. The numbers consolidated Mexico as the third country in Latin America in number of localities with eduroam service. 

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‘It Takes a Village’ to Improve Diversity and Inclusion in Information Technology

Five years ago, the Internet2 Inclusivity Initiative, formerly called the Gender Diversity Initiative, was created by our community to focus resources, attention, and scholarships at improving diversity and inclusion for networking and technical professionals.