When managers and practitioners want to learn about — and explore — issues related to identity and access management, they turn to CAMP. In fact, InCommon offers three flavors of CAMP: CAMP (Campus Architecture and Middleware Planning), Advance CAMP and Day CAMP.
CAMP — CAMP promotes effective campus identity practices and educates higher education institutions and their partners about participating in a national and growing international trust infrastructure. Topics vary and are developed by a community-driven program committee.
Advance CAMP — Attendees explore emerging identity-related trends as well as discuss development topics associated with broader community coordination. Starting in 2009, Advance CAMPs have served as identity summits, developing common approaches to identity challenges and open source software development.
Day CAMP — Day CAMP serves those looking for a one-day intensive session on getting started with InCommon. (Held occasionally.)
Archives for past CAMP, Advance CAMP, Day CAMP
About the CAMP series — Since 2002, the Campus Architecture and Middleware Planning (CAMP) series has focused on issues relating to identity and access management. The meetings have helped to promote effective campus identity practices, and to educate higher education institutions about how to participate in a national and growing international trust infrastructure. As of 2010, CAMP is operated by InCommon with the support of Internet2 and EDUCAUSE. CAMP was originally funded by several awards from the National Science Foundation and delivered as a partnership between Internet2 and EDUCAUSE.