March 17, 2021
Considering an IAM reboot? Interested in help from other organizations like yours, and from an array of subject-matter experts? The Collaboration Success Program may be just the ticket. But don’t take our word for it. Tommy Doan (2019 – 2020 CSP participant) says:
“It was a great opportunity for Southern Methodist University to have access to some very smart people in the IAM space and to take a deep dive into the open source Trusted Access Platform projects. We had a forum to present the beginnings of our IAM architecture, overhaul the proposal, and to refine it over time based on feedback and comments from seasoned professionals.”
InCommon will offer the fourth Collaboration Success Program (CSP) this fall and is seeking expressions of interest from organizations (deadline is July 23). As part of the CSP, you will receive:
- A personalized assessment with suggested actions to advance your IAM plans
- Several seats in the InCommon Trusted Access Platform training of your choice (Shibboleth, Grouper, COmanage, and/or midPoint)
- A hosted workbench to model your plans with the containerized InCommon software suite components
- Priority access to developers and community implementers
We’ll help you navigate the community-built InCommon Trusted Access Platform software components, figure out what to tackle first, and provide expert help and training to shorten your time to deployment. You’ll get the help you need from our stable of developers, community implementers, and subject-matter experts.
Please visit the CSP web page for more details, or email email@example.com.