• Web Services SIG: Identity Management and SOA/Web 2.0 Tuesday, April 24, 2007 - 06:30PM
    Tibco Software Inc. 3301 Hillview Ave, Building #2
    Building 2 is the first on the left-hand side as you enter the campus. Park in the surface lots around the buildings. Do not att
    Palo Alto, CA
    Web Apps & E-Commerce

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Web Services SIG: Identity Management and SOA/Web 2.0

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  • The Monthly Meeting of the Web Services SIG





     

    Presentation:

    Identity Management and SOA/Web 2.0

    The industry is moving to the next generation identity management solutions by leveraging identity services and SOA concepts like federation. As a case study we will describe the HP Customer Identity management system which has 100 applications using these services and serves over 35 million users growing at the rate of 1 million a month. Using this system HP has been able to decrease integration time for applications by 50% and save five million dollars a year. We will share some best practices and practical tips to creating SOA based shared Identity services.



    The HP Customer Identity Management functionality is used to register, authenticate and authorize HP customers, and enable single sign-on for these customers when they access multiple HP sites.



    The system is based on SOA. It provides identity services that enable applications and other services to fully leverage identity information. It provides a consistent and well-formed means of interacting with the IDM infrastructure, exposed as a set of individual web services. It is based on a Web services framework and provides loosely coupled architecture that leverages XML, relegating parts of the IDM suites to more of a behind-the-scenes role. It provides authentication not only for users but non interactive principals like services, devices, and rich client media.



    At present the system provides registration services like add-user, update-profile, password-reset, etc. It also provides authentication and authorization services for users to login to applications. By mid-2007 it will also provide federation services based on SAML 2.0 standards.



    This presentation will also touch upon hp.com’s migration to Web 2.0 and one of the initiatives like Intelligent Demand Generation which is the ability to display content which is specifically tailored for a particular customer. Personalized promotions which depend on both explicit profiles (installed products, subscriptions) and implicit profile (recently viewed products, documents, forums, etc.)





     

    About the Presenter

    Anjali Anagol-Subbarao, Chief Architect, IDM, HP

    As Chief Architect, IDM, Marketing and Direct IT at HP, Anjali works on Identity Management and SOA/Web 2.0. Anjali has led the first SOA/Web services implementation at HP for enabling real-time order fulfillment of personal computer products through online retail channels. She is the author of the book on SOA/Web services published through Prentice Hall and HP Books. She has four patents pending in Web services. Anjali has spoken at many industry events and has written numerous technical papers on SOA. She has worked in the IT industry for 14 years in architecting IT solutions in the areas of SAP, J2EE, SOA/Web services/Web 2.0, and Identity Management area.

    Agenda

    6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Registration / Networking / Refreshments / Pizza

    7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Presentations and Discussion

     

    Price

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members

    No charge for SDForum members

    No registration required

     

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Tibco Software Inc.

    3301 Hillview Ave, Building #2, Palo Alto, CA

    Building 2 is the first on the left-hand side as you enter the campus. Park in the surface lots around the buildings. Do not attempt to park underground (requires a pass)

     

    Directions



    From San Francisco using Hwy 101:

    Take US-101 S toward San Jose ~30 mi

    Take the Oregon Expwy exit, keep following signs 0.6 mi

    Merge onto Oregon Expwy 1.7 mi

    Slight right at Page Mill Rd 0.6 mi

    Turn left at Hanover St 0.8 mi

    Turn left at Hillview Ave 0.2 mi

    Arrive at 3303 Hillview Ave, Building 2



    From San Francisco using Hwy 280:

    Take I-280 S toward San Jose ~30 mi

    Exit at Page Mill Rd to Arastradero 1.8 mi

    Turn left at Page Mill Rd 1.7 mi

    Turn right at Porter Dr 0.4 mi

    Turn right at Hillview Ave 0.2 mi

    Arrive at 3303 Hillview Ave, Building 2



    From San Jose using Hwy 101:

    Take US-101 S toward San Francisco ~15 mi

    Take the Oregon Expwy exit, keep following signs 0.6mi

    Merge onto Oregon Expwy 1.7 mi

    Slight right at Page Mill Rd 0.6 mi

    Turn left at Hanover St 0.8 mi

    Turn left at Hillview Ave 0.2 mi

    Arrive at 3303 Hillview Ave, Building 2



    From San Jose using Hwy 280:

    Take I-280 S toward San Francisco ~15 mi

    Exit at Page Mill Rd toward Palo Alto 1.8 mi

    Turn right at Porter Dr 0.4 mi

    Turn right at Hillview Ave 0.2 mi

    Arrive at 3303 Hillview Ave, Building 2