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Title: Internet2 and other US WMD Update

Internet2 and other US WMD Update

  • Update on non-merger, Newnet (and the control
    plane), InCommon and other feds
  • Product update Shib, Grouper, Signet,
    Diagnostics, CAS, etc.
  • New NSF Solicitation
  • CAMP plans
  • Sakai, Chandler, the Kuali administrative family
  • Areas of ferment GridShib, workflow,
    attribute/identity linking, collaboration and
    virtual organizations

I2 Stuff
  • Divorce with NLR now final competition is on
  • Changes in governance, may lead to change in
    leadership, may lead to a change in culture
  • Newnet rolling out well lots of delta politics
    control plane is real need DICE and global
  • InCommon slowly growing other US federations
    occurring at state and medical levels
  • US Gov interfederation peering is as strange as
    the US Gov
  • InQueue is going away

Product Update
  • Shib
  • Signet
  • Grouper
  • Diagnostics
  • CAS, pubcookie, etc

New NSF Solicitation
  • Three areas of emphasis HPC improvements,
    distributed data, middleware for collab and VOs
  • New work and improvements on existing work
  • Due Jan 22, 2007

CAMP plans
  • Nov 2-3 IdM Summit
  • Nov 7-9 Signet/Grouper
  • Dec 4-7 I2 Fall Member Meeting
  • Teragrid-campus IdM alignment?
  • Feb 07 Federations and VOs

Other US open source
  • Sakai
  • CAS
  • Kuali
  • Financials
  • Student System
  • Some recent developments include use of

Areas of ferment
  • The GridShib family
  • Workflow
  • SOA architectures
  • Attribute movement/identity linking
  • Virtual organizations

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General collaboration tools
  • The standard suite
  • List serve, protected wiki, IM buddy list,
    audioconferencing, access-controlled web site,
    videoconferencing, shared calendaring, etc
  • Integrated with enterprise-based systems
  • No separate calendars to maintain
  • Consistent user interface in managing local and
    virtual lives

An Archetype Jean Blue and VOGUE
  • Professor Jean Blue
  • Professor of Micro-astro Physics at Sandstone U,
    teaching MAP 1010
  • PI of international VOGUE project
  • Fiscal authority of local VOGUE funds
  • Parking permit for Lot 421
  • ID Card

Things that Jean Blue wants to do
  • As PI of VOGUE, she gets lots of VOGUE
    privileges. She wants to
  • Assign to students of MAPS 101 permission to read
    the VOGUE mass-hypometer
  • Assign to the four TA/discussion leaders
    permission to reset the mass-hypometer
  • Facilitate on-line discussions among the students
    taking classes at other universities from her
  • Have read/write privileges on the VOGUE wiki, and
    give her students read access to parts of the Wiki

Vision in one slide
  • Build a campus/enterprise core middleware
    infrastructure that
  • Serves the overall enterprise IT environment,
    providing business drivers and institutional
    investment for sustainability and scalability
  • Is designed to support the research and
    instructional missions
  • Implies consistent approaches and common
    practices across campuses and internationally
  • Build, plumb, and replumb the tools of research
    on top of that emergent infrastructure
  • Domain-specific middleware (grids, sensor nets,
  • Common collaboration tools (video, protected
    wikis, shared calendaring, audioconferencing,

The Current Kool-aid
  • Campuses build consistent and sustainable
    middleware infrastructures
  • Federating software and federations create
    effective inter-institutional collaboration
  • Federations peer internationally and across
    sectors to extend the value
  • Virtual organizations leverage campus
    infrastructure and peered federations for
    user-centric enterprise-manageable teams