This YouTube livestream event featured a conversation with Lawrence Williams, program director of the Minority Serving-Cyberinfrastructure Consortium. Get the latest on tech trends on I2 Tech Talk and the people who make innovation happen for a variety of community members in research and education. Internet2 Director of Industry Engagement Ben Fineman interviews guests from the community to showcase exciting developments.
When digitizing your university’s paperwork processes, you have lots of options, but some are better designed for research and education than others.
Carahsoft, in collaboration with Internet2 NET+, provided a DocuSign webinar on May 3 to learn how the University of Pittsburgh and Virginia Commonwealth University are leveraging DocuSign eSignature to digitize agreements, saving these institutions time while increasing privacy and security.
midPoint, powered by Evolveum, is a general-purpose identity management and governance system used by the InCommon Trusted Access Platform. midPoint can synchronize and reconcile among multiple systems of record and sources of identity, as well as to provision and de-provision user accounts and groups into services.
This course was intended for identity management architects, identity management system engineers and deployment partners who will customize, deploy and support midPoint Identity Manager in a way that integrates with the InCommon Trusted Access Platform components.
In honor of Earth Day, we turned our attention to the environment. Digital Transformation can drive improved student outcomes, speed time to science, and increase agility within higher education institutions. Higher education leadership, responding to student and faculty demands, look to incorporate sustainability goals and practices into the university experience. In this session, we talked about sustainability transformation, how it’s being approached at Amazon and AWS, and actions higher education customers can take to incorporate sustainability into their digital transformation efforts.
Presenters, Grady Bailey, senior software engineer, the University of Texas at Austin; Lacey Vickery, technology applications specialist, UNC Charlotte; and Bruce Vincent, director of identity and middleware services, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), shared their experiences with the Collaboration Success Program (CSP) program and how it is helping them to achieve their IAM goals.
The first session of the Internet2 Leadership EXchange series was held on April 12 and was designed specifically for and open exclusively to Chief Information Officers, Regional Executives, and executive leadership of all Internet2 member organizations.
For those who participated in the April 12 event or have registered for the upcoming May Leadership Exchange event, recordings will be coming soon.
This virtual workshop focused on the InCommon Trusted Access Platform packaged software — including configuration and operation. Both the Identity and Service Provider packages can be pre-configured to integrate out of the box with the InCommon Federation using recommended defaults. Learn more about Shibboleth.
In an ever-changing higher education landscape, trust and identity are vital components for managing how researchers, students, librarians, staff, and others are identified, authenticated, and authorized to access tools and resources vital to their jobs.
At the helm, those in information technology leadership positions are posed with an immense question – how do I make that happen at my institution? This event featured in-depth conversations with chief information officers who have implemented identity and access management (IAM) solutions for strategic connections and collaboration across their campuses and beyond.
This webinar provided updates on two important aspects of the InCommon Certificate Service: OU field deprecation and ACME automation. Learn more.
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.
This virtual workshop was a hands-on workshop, providing a conceptual understanding of COmanage, and the technical know-how to get this solution up and running.
Globus is a widely used platform for research data management among Internet2 members. While many institutions use Globus primarily for reliable file transfer, the platform has evolved to provide a comprehensive set of data management capabilities.
In this online event, we described major enhancements made over the past two years, and demonstrated new features and APIs that support the development of applications in service of research. Topics included the new architecture for Globus Connect Server, support for additional cloud storage systems, services for data search and discovery, and various capabilities for automating large-scale data flows.
Read the blog by Vas Vasiliadis, Chief Customer Officer for Globus at the University of Chicago.
This Open Meeting about the Minority Serving-Cyberinfrastructure Consortium (MS-CC) included updates on the NSF Pilot Center of Excellence Award, MS-CC needs and requirements, stakeholders, and next steps for the community to get involved. The moderators facilitated a Question and Answer session about the MS-CC for participants.
The MS-CC envisions a transformational partnership to promote advanced cyberinfrastructure (CI) capabilities on HBCU, HSI, TCU, and MSI campuses. Together with the community, the MS-CC is advancing connections across campuses around data, research computing, teaching, curriculum development, professional development, and capacity building.