I’m a provisioning guy; it was the way I was raised in the world of identity management. And being a provisioning guy my take on how people are enabled to execute business transactions looks like this: Write a provisioning policy such as people in department 10 get LDAP group Q Enforce that policy – give […]
Entries Tagged as 'federated provisioning'
by Ian Glazer | January 13, 2011 | 2 Comments
by Ian Glazer | June 3, 2010 | 1 Comment
Last week, Oracle’s Nishant Kaushik compressed a lot of thought into a very short presentation on federated provisioning and the cloud. Not only did he summarize challenges of federated provisioning, he also proposed 3 alternatives to dealing with it. And he also managed to give me a good-hearted drubbing in the process. Go check out […]
by Ian Glazer | June 2, 2010 | 1 Comment
I was somewhere outside of Boulder on the edge of a golf course when the coffee, elevation, and dehydration began to take hold. I remember saying something like, “This feels an awful like Digital ID World used to feel like; maybe I ought to ask Fontana…” The Glue Conference (1) is all about bringing different […]