Come join me at The Experts Conference 2012 in San Diego April 29 - May2 where I will be presenting: FIM R2 Showdown — Classic vs. Declarative Speaker: David Lundell Is there room enough for both in this town? FIM 2010 R2 has two ways of accomplishing many tasks: Classic and Declarative. Attend this showdown to learn when to saddle up Classic vs. when to saddle up with Declarative Sync Rules and why.
When should one implement a Public Key Infrastructure and when should one not? Obviously we implement a PKI to solve a problem, usually around security, enabling secure communications with a web server, multi-factor authentication, encryption. A PKI solution can be very versatile, but it comes at a price in setup and maintenance. But what alternatives do we have? Let’s examine each problem in turn Problem PKI difficulties Alternatives Benefits for Alternatives
It’s nice to know its impact to the business. … Karl - Sep 4, 2011It’s nice to know its impact to the business. Thanks a lot for sharing that valuable information. business consultant
Brad and I are going to cover the value of the whole Identity Management Stack from Microsoft and a few additional pieces from partners. **When: Thursday, May 28th **Where: Webinar/Online (Live Meeting links will be sent to all registrants) (Click Here to RSVP) Presenters: David Lundell – Microsoft MVP for ILM, Ensynch Practice Director Brad Turner – Microsoft MVP for ILM, Ensynch Sr. Technical Architect **Time: **9am-10am Pacific/Arizona 10am-11am Mountain
Marc Mac Donnell has just launched his blog on http://assurancesinidentity.blogspot.com/ and called it Assurances in Identity, and has posted the links to the CLM API documentation and case study about some work he did with MCS UK and CapGemini. I look forward to many more posts from Mark about some of the wizardry and trick in managing certificates and identities. http://feeds.feedburner.com/IdentityLifecycleManagerilmBestPractices
Some days I am amazed at how deeply the identity management concepts have penetrated into popular culture: “Mr Big Stuff, who do you think you are?” clearly relates to an authentication issue or authorization issue. “Won’t get fooled again” by the WHO is clearly making a reference to a Certificate Revocation List, now that I have revoked your certificate you won’t be authenticated again. One area where pop culture is still shockingly uninformed still need help is in asset protection.
On Tuesday Bob Muglia made a big announcement – ILM 2 Beta 3 has been released. While the beta install is only 64 bit on Microsoft Connect you can download the 32-bit Virtual PC. At the ILM 2 booth at Tech Ed the Microsoft ILM Product Group and I were handing them out like crazy. Thanks to Nima for inviting me to participate at the booth. Best session I went was by Candy Stark from MS IT.