The OpenID Foundation’s 2011 series of OpenID Summits focus is on use cases and topics of interest to key developers, executives and analysts in the identity industry. The OpenID Summit in Munich will focus on global adoption dynamics and the evolution of OpenID technologies. It is a free event co-sponsored by Google and Microsoft and will take place Tuesday morning May 10th preceding the European Identity Conference. Click here to register for the OIDF Summit http://www.kuppingercole.com/events/openid2011
The EIC is pleased to offer OpenID members a 15% discount on the standard registration fee. Click here to register for EIC http://www.kuppingercole.com/book/eic2011 and enter openid15 into the booking code field.
Please join us on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 from 9:00am until 1:00pm CDT (pre-conference track)
Location: Dolce Ballhaus-Forum Germany
85716 Unterschleissheim, Germany
Room: Ammersee I
09:00-09:30 Morning Refreshment & Introductions – Led by Don Thibeau and John Bradley, Director, OpenID Foundation and Eric Sachs, Google and Tony Nadalin, Microsoft Hosts
09:30-12:00 Presentations focused on global adoption dynamics and the evolution of OpenID technologies
12:00-13:00 Lunch with open discussion and feedback
Early this year The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) and the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) co- sponsored an OpenID Policy Summit with invited experts from the American Bar Association’s Committee on Identity and Harvard’s Berkman Center for Law and the Internet. The Social Media and Retail Summit at PayPal and the OpenID Security Summit at Symantec in Silicon Valley formed the marketing and technology counterpoints to the policy work done in Washington DC with the advocacy, academic and legal communities. The earlier Policy, Retail and Security Summits lead to an important consultation with our European colleagues on how open identity technologies are evolving, an update on OpenID technology and a sharing of perspectives of US and EU-based identity providers and relying parties. The OpenID Summit agenda follows:
• Mike Jones, Co-chair of the OpenID: AB/Connect working group, will update the collaboration of Facebook, Google, Microsoft and others on the next evolution of the OpenID protocol.
• David Recordon of Facebook, Eric Sachs of Google and Tony Nadalin of Microsoft will discuss OpenID adoption and evolution in a global context and engage audience questions.
• Axel Nennker of Deutsche Telekom AG will outline DT’s OpenID plans and review mobile platform initiatives and other emerging secure identity strategies