Claims Based Identity and the Cloud

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 TIME: 16:30-17:30 LOCATION: Antares
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One of the many advantages of claims-based architectures is that they abstract away the details of their components, including where things are hosted. As long as services and identity providers are network-addressable, they can live on-premises and in the cloud and easily move between the two environment without changing the emerging properties of the system. The immediate advantage is that existing identity providers, typically on-premises, are readily available for the new applications in the cloud; on the long term, claims-based identity is a key enabler for incorporating the choice of deploying to the cloud in your current arsenal of IT tools. With claims-based identity, the cloud requires no special arrangements: things can fluidly move from distributed to centralized, following your own requirements and management style.


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Vittorio Bertocci is an Architect Evangelist in the service of Windows Server Evangelism for Microsoft. He is based in Redmond, Washington. He works with Fortune 100 and major G100 enterprises worldwide, helping them to stay ahead of the curve and take advantage of the latest unreleased...


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European Identity Conference 2010

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