Concordia tackles Entitlements and Policy Management

Burton Group’s Catalyst Conference is coming up at the end of the month, which means that the work going on in the identity management world kicked up a few notches last month. One of the things that is becoming a fixture at Catalyst is a meeting of the folks involved in Project Concordia. Anyone who reads my blog knows that I am a big supporter of their efforts to bring real-world use cases to bear on the creation of practical solutions.

This year, their session will be focused on the area of entitlement and policy management. If you are going to be at Catalyst, it is a great way to spend a day, listening to representatives from companies like Boeing, Cisco, Micron and The US Army share their
insights, experiences and requirements for standards based policy and
entitlement management.

Unfortunately, I won’t be getting into San Diego in time to attend, but Prateek Mishra from Oracle will be there, and of course, Roger Sullivan will be leading the charge as the host. It’s free to attend, all you have to do is register here. Do it, and let me know what you learn.