Day 1, April 18th Grouper Working Group Demonstration of improvements in latest version Details of RESTful interface Grouper has a history of group members for…
January 12-14, 2011 Agenda Day 1 Morning IT Governance (Jim Phelps, UWisc, Bernie G., UMinnesota) No way to gain efficiencies w/o governance and alignment Selection…
This CSG was being hosted by UC San Diego.
Collaborative Platforms (slides)
Ken Klingenstein of Internet2 spoke first with a round up of the I2 development in the middleware space
Chad Kainz (UofChicago): A view of Bamboo
Michael Gettes (MIT) gave a brief history of the COmanage project and the current status.
Chris Hubing (PSU) spoke on the
Bruce Vincent (Stanford) - I gave some examples of social networking application being leveraged by Researchers, Professors and supporting business processes as well. I then went into some of the technical aspects, adoption and promising aspects of Opensocial. This discussion generated a great deal of interest and motivated a few different institutions wanted to work with Stanford in investigating Opensocial.
Note: Originally, I had 15 min.s for this talk but was asked at the last minute to extend to nearly an hour...not worth explaining why.
I’m in Tempe, AZ (next to Univ. of AZ) at a special I2 CAMP session on federations in the context of Registrars and their world.
Sun has come to the conclusion that they needed a RESTful alternative to ID-WSF, and have looked at OAuth + REST.
Wow! ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s bunch of acronyms. Ã¢ËœÂº
I was invited to attend one of the University of California IT Leadership Council meetings. http://www.ucop.edu/irc/itlc/welcome.html This is a group of IT Architects and CIOÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s that meet on a regular basis and cover specific topics. ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s very much like a Common Solutions Group for the UC system. This particular event was on the topic of Service Oriented Architecture.
Background: CSG is a group of 25-30 R1 level Universities with a peppering of associated institutions whose CIO's and CTO-ish types get together three times…