OIDF Summits

OpenID “Connect Tech” Summit – September 12-13, 2011
The “Connect Tech” event was held at the Microsoft Research Campus in Mountain View. The OpenID Foundation’s 2011 series of OpenID Summits focuses on use cases and topics of interest to key developers, executives and analysts in the online identity industry.

This very successful OpenID summit gave web site developers and technologists a closer look at the OpenID Connect protocol, its use cases and adoption plans by leading companies. It introduced “Account Chooser”, its implementation and user experience and provided interop testing and feedback for next generation OpenID adoption.

For Presentation materials and video replays of sessions, please see the below links:

Monday, September 12, 2011 Technical Session
Overview and Update of OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0, Mike Jones, Microsoft
OpenID Connect Spec development Working Group Review, Allen Tom and Mike Jones
OpenID Connect Building Test Infrastructure,  Roland Hedberg – Interop testing by Roland Hedberg
Break Out Sessions:
•• Timing goals for ratification
•• Core protocol
•• Dynamic RP registration and IDP discovery
•• Claims
•• Session Management
•• Artifact Binding
•• US Government OpenIDConnect profile etc.
•• Strong Authentication
Open time for technical interop

Tuesday, September 13 2011 Business Session
Introduction to OpenID Connect, Pam Dingle, Ping Identity, View the video replay
Account Chooser, Eric Sachs, Google, View the video replay
Street Identity, Eric Sachs, Google, Product Manager, View the video replay
OpenID Connect InterOP Testing, Nat Sakimura, View the video replay
Identity Schizophrenia (Panel Discussion) Moderated by: Allen Tom, OpenID Foundation View the slides; View the video replay
The Value Proposition of OpenID Connect in the Enterprise, Pam Dingle, Ping Identity View the slides; View the video replay
Open Identity and Online Adoption, Gigya

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