18-22 May 2015
ISCTE-IUL
Europe/Lisbon timezone
Engaging the Research Community towards an Open Science Commons

Session

AAI - all user communities meeting (http://go.egi.eu/aai)

22 May 2015, 09:00
ISCTE-IUL

ISCTE-IUL

Avª das Forças Armadas, 1649-026 Lisboa, Portugal

Conveners

AAI - all user communities meeting (http://go.egi.eu/aai)

  • Peter Solagna (EGI.EU)

AAI - all user communities meeting (http://go.egi.eu/aai)

  • Peter Solagna (EGI.EU)

AAI - all user communities meeting (http://go.egi.eu/aai)

  • Peter Solagna (EGI.EU)

Description

EGI is serving many user communities, distributed collaborations, international virtual organizations, providing them a portfolio of federated services. Federated authentication and authorization is a critical capability that is needed to be productive in such a diverse landscape of use cases and service providers. The challenge of the AAI implementation is to fulfill the security and traceability requirements of the users and the service providers, and at the same time do not create barriers that prevent users to be quickly productive in the e-infrastructures.
The sessions will host presentations on the current state of the art of the e-infrastructures, in terms of AAI solutions, and the roadmaps for the evolution. In particular the EGI roadmap for AAI and roadmap of the AARC project will be extensively presented and discussed. The sessions will also host the contributions of many EGI user communities representatives.
Attending this session, the EGI and other e-infrastructures service providers representatives will learn the requirements of the users and the solutions that can help them to support their users' use cases. The service providers can then contribute in the definition of the roadmap with their requirements and experience. Also representatives from the user communities and the competence centres should attend the sessions, to bring their requirements and help to define a common set of requirements.
The goal of this session is to discuss the EGI roadmap for AAI developments, as well as the roadmap of the AARC project, developing sinergies between the projects, the e-infrastructure and the users. In particular for the EGI roadmap the aim is to reach a general consensus about the plans proposed, and to initiate the process of prioritization of a set of common requirements from the user communities to be included in the EGI plans.

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22/05/2015, 09:00
Christos Kanellopoulos (GRNET)
22/05/2015, 09:30
Jesus Marco de Lucas (CSIC)
22/05/2015, 09:50
Mariusz Sterzel (CYFRONET)
22/05/2015, 10:05
Chris Morris (STFC)
22/05/2015, 11:00
Eric Yen (ASGC)
22/05/2015, 11:15
Zorislav Šojat (IRB)
22/05/2015, 11:30
Mr Miroslav Ruda (Cesnet)
22/05/2015, 11:45
Alessandra Scicchitano (GÈANT Association)
22/05/2015, 12:00
Dr Jens Jensen (STFC)
22/05/2015, 14:30
22/05/2015, 14:50
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