Centralized access management at its finest
November 12 – 13, 2019
Hosted by Temple University
Ritter Hall Annex, Walk Auditorium
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19122
The target audience is anyone interested in implementing access governance the “InCommon way”, and includes novices and folks who already have some Grouper experience.
This two-day session will focus on the InCommon Trusted Access Platform packaged Grouper software (formerly known as TIER) with a focus on learning and using core Grouper features to implement the access control models described in the Grouper Deployment Guide. The sessions will include a mix of lectures, hands-on training, and discussion.
The modules start with Grouper basics and progress through new Grouper features, access governance, Grouper security model, and Grouper administration. The session culminates with an access governance practicum that incorporates the InCommon Trusted Access Platform suite of components and provides a “full IAM stack” experience.
The Fine Print
In a nutshell, here is what you can expect over the next two days:
- Meeting up to 40 new friends from campuses across the globe
- Direct access to two subject matter experts. Don’t be shy with your questions!
- Gain experience with the Docker container version of Grouper
- Learn how to implement to implement access governance with Grouper
Knowledge of identity management concepts and related implementation experience is strongly recommended.
|Collaboration Success Program Alumni||InCommon Participant||Non-Participant|
|Early Bird Rate*||$1,500||$1,900||$2,400|
*Early bird rates apply through September 20, 2019
Ample caffeine and snacks are included in the tuition rate (morning break service, lunch, and an afternoon break service)
Chris is the Grouper project chair and lead developer. For more than 10 years he has been hacking away at his favorite software product improving the ways people gain access to resources, or get revoked from access that they should not have anymore. He works at the University of Pennsylvania as an application architect in Identity and Access Management. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org; then email him a couple days later reminding him to check his email.
William G. Thompson, Jr., or as his friends call him, Ol’ Bill, discovered Grouper one day while out fishin’ the streams of New Jersey. While searching for how to fillet a Grouper online he ran across this product also named Grouper and thought this would be an excellent addition to his IAM system. And the rest is history. You can find more boring details about Bill and how to stay in touch at https://www.linkedin.com/in/wgthom/. Or just email Bill at email@example.com.
Directions and Parking
The workshop will be held hosted by Temple University. The campus map can be found here.
The building is located at the Ritter Hall Annex Center (Walk Auditorium): 1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19122
For those driving, please review this Parking information. The two garages that are the closest to Ritter Hall Annex building are the Liacouras Garage and the Cecil B. Moore Lot. The Liacouras Garage is $20 a day. The Cecil B. Moore lot is $4.00 an hour. There is also an $8.00 a day outside lot on Cecil B. Moore between 11th & 12th Streets that doesn’t belong to Temple and it is in walking distance to Ritter Hall Annex.
Additional campus maps and directions can be found here.
There is a wide variety of hotels in downtown Philadelphia walking distance to the training facility, meeting all price points. There is not a room block reserved for the training participants.
Alternatively, there is a light rail from the airport — A line (airport line), with a drop off within a 10 minute walk to campus.
Before You Arrive
Detailed preparation instructions will be available and distributed prior to the class.
Please note that the training requires you to bring a laptop.
- You will need to have either an RDP client (for Windows) or SSH client (for Linux), plus root access to modify your etc/host files, depending on your choice of operating system for this class.
- The training makes use of Virtual Machines (VMs), in this case derived from Amazon Marketplace Images (AMI) loaded on Amazon Web Services. The training team will provide access instructions when you arrive for the first day of the training.
- You will need root/administrator access on the computer you will be bringing to class so that you can modify the local hosts file.
- Your VM will be available during the training and for two weeks after the training. After two weeks, the VM will no longer exist, so be sure to save anything you need within two weeks of the end of the training.
- Grouper Basics (101)
- Grouper Advanced Features
- What’s new in Grouper 2.4
- Grouper Access Governance (201)
- Grouper Security Model (211)
- Finish Grouper Security Model (211)
- Grouper Administration (301)
- Access Governance Practicum Part 1 (401)
- Access Governance Practicum Part 2 (401)
- Wrap up and IAM discussion
Tuesday and Wednesday, November 12 – 13, 2019
- 8:30: Check-in opens
- 9:00 – 10:30: Welcome, Introductions, Start Grouper Basics 101
- 10:30 – 10:45: Morning Break (caffeine and light snacks)
- 10:45 – 12:00: Workshop continues
- 12:00 – 1:00: Lunch (lunch buffet will be provided)
- 1:00 – 3:00: Workshop continues, begin Access Governance 201
- 3:00 – 3:15: Afternoon break (caffeine and cookies)
- 3:15 – 4:30: Workshop continues, transition to Security Model 211
- 4:30 – 5:00: Day one wrap-up, Questions and Answers
- 5:00: Rest and Relaxation
- 8:30: Doors open
- 9:00 – 10:30: Workshop day two kicks off, continue with Security Model 211
- 10:30 – 10:45: Morning Break (caffeine and light breakfast snacks)
- 10:45 – 11:30: Workshop continues, move into Grouper Administration 301
- 11:30 – 12:30: Lunch (boxed lunches will be provided)
- 12:30 – 2:00: Workshop continues, move to Access Practice 401
- 2:00 – 2:15: Afternoon break (caffeine and cookies)
- 2:15 – 3:30: Workshop continues
- 3:30 – 4:00: Wrap-up, Questions and Answers
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