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Tuesday, November 21 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Demystifying Identity Federation (SUSE, EN)

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Federated Identity has been possible in keystone since Icehouse, allowing cloud administrators to enable users to securely access keystone with external credentials. However, understanding federation and setting it up is still a difficult endeavor that does not always go smoothly. This talk will review the core concepts and technologies behind federated keystone, then dive into how to configure it, from registering the identity and service providers to the attribute mappings, highlighting common issues found in the process and concluding with a live debugging session. We'll also discuss recent improvements and features as well as our future goals for making keystone federation easier and more useful.


Colleen Murphy

Senior Software Engineer, SUSE
Colleen is a longtime contributor to open source, and played leading development roles in projects such as OpenStack and Puppet. She is currently a Senior Software Engineer at SUSE where she works on the Kubernetes and containers team.
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Samuel de Medeiros Queiroz

OpenStack Core Contributor, SUSE
Samuel is a software engineer at SUSE. He has been working with OpenStack since 2013 and is a core reviewer on Keystone, the Identity Service. He likes to help newcomers in the community and to give talks for spreading OpenStack awareness in Brazil.

Tuesday November 21, 2017 1:30pm - 2:15pm CET
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