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Thursday, August 13 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Project Ipsilon: Federation made simple (or possible)

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Federated Identity is a means to do web authentication by trusting a third party to do the authentication rather than configuring the application to talk directly to the identity backend via LDAP, Kerberos, etc. Project Ipsilon, a new feature for Fedora 22, is a Federated Identity Provider, and much more. It simplifies the setup and configuration of the Identity Provider (IdP) and Service Providers (SP), your local web app, to authenticate using the SAML, OpenID or the Persona protocols. This talk will provide and overview of Federated Identity, the supported protocols (focusing on SAML), and cover the features of Ipsilon including simple installation scripts, configuring different Identity backends and controlling what Identity data is shared with different SPs.

http://rcritten.fedorapeople.org/Flock15_Federated_identity.odp 

Speakers
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Rob Crittenden

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
Rob Crittenden is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat working on the Ipsilon Federated Identity server. He previously worked on the FreeIPA identity management project and has dabbled in web servers, Openstack and general security.


Thursday August 13, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 3 - Rackspace Room

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