September 15, 2020
The InCommon Academy’s upcoming training schedule includes Grouper School October 13-16 and COmanage Class November 10-13. Both courses cover installation and configuration using the InCommon Trusted Access Platform packaged software.
What is Grouper? – Grouper simplifies access management by letting you use the same group or role in many places in your organization. It automates changes to access privileges as a person’s role changes. It empowers the right people to manage access, taking central IT out of the loop.
What is Grouper School? – Grouper School, October 13-16, is for both novices and those who have some Grouper experience. The workshop focuses on learning and using core Grouper features to implement the access control models described in the Grouper Deployment Guide. The sessions will include a mix of self-paced learning, lectures, hands-on training, and discussion.
The class will meet during four half-days October 13-16, and there is also self-paced content to complete prior to the workshop itself.
For more information about the workshop and to register, please visit the Grouper School web page.
What is COmanage? – COmanage is an identity registry with flexible enrollment and lifecycle management capabilities that helps you meet your identity management objectives using standardized tools and approaches. COmanage can be used as a central person registry, a guest management system, or a collaboration hub for scholarly collaborations.
What is COmanage Class? – COmanage Class, November 10-13, is a hands-on workshop providing a conceptual understanding of COmanage and the technical know-how to get up and running. Using the InCommon Trusted Access Platform packaged version, you will learn how to model your organization or collaboration and set up enrollment flows.
For more information about the workshop and to register, please visit the COmanage Class web page.
The class will meet during four half-days October 27-30, and there is also self-paced content to complete prior to the workshop itself.