OpenID Foundation Japan’s Enterprise identity working group (EIWG) will host the following seminar. The working group is a joint working group with Japan Network Security Association’s Identity Management WG.
- Date: July 4, 2013
- Time: 14:00-17:00
- Venue: Nomura Research Institute, Marunouchi Centre 9F. (Tokyo)
- Entrance: Free
- Capacity: 100
- Langauge: Japanese
Cloud environment has spread through the enterprise IT environment. The IdM systems which hitherto has been targeting the internal audit (J-SOX) etc. needs to adopt to the new environment.
RESTful identity federation technology and API management is drawing attention under such circumstances.
In this seminar, overview of the new identity federation protocol that is gaining momentum, OpenID Connect, and the provisioning protocol which is going through the standardization process at IETF, SCIM will be given. Through them, you will be able to understand why they are necessary and what kind of things you need to take into consideration.
In addition, there will be a comparison between OpenID Connect and SAML, not only on the technical point but also in the Cloud Provider’s activities and from the point of view of the API Economy.
Also, there will be some introduction to the implementation guideline on those protocols.
- 14:00-14:05 About Enterprise Identity WG, Shingo Yamanaka, OpenID Foundation Japan
- 13:05-14:20 Things needed by the enterprise IdM now, Jun’ichi Egawa, Exgen Networks
- 14:20-14:50 SAML to OpenID Connect – Expansion of the federation technologies
Standardization situation in OpenID Connect and SCIM, Tatsuo Kudo, Nomura Research Institute (NRI)
- 14:50-15:05 Break
- 15:05-15:25 Enterprise IT OpenID Connect Usage Guideline, Tatsuo Kudo, NRI
- 15:25-15:45 Enterprise IT SCIM Usage Guideline, Masahiko Kuwata, NEC
- 15:45-16:05 SaaS Implementation Use case, T. Ueda, Exgen Networks
- 16:05-16:10 Way forward for the WG and how to participate, Shingo Yamanaka, OpenID Foundation Japan
- 16:05-16:30 Questions and Answers
To join the seminar, please see http://www.openid.or.jp/news/2013/06/74-id—openid-connectscim–.html