WS Federation Passive Requester Profile Interop Workshop - March 2004
WS‑Federation Passive Requester Profile Interop Workshop
BEA, IBM, Microsoft, RSA and VeriSign, co-developers of the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile specification, are hosting a 2-day Interop Workshop on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th March 2004 from 9am to 5pm with breakfast available from 8am.
Note that in order to attend this event, the attached feedback agreement MUST be reviewed and signed by each attendee - either before or at the workshop event. The purpose of the feedback agreement is to ensure that everyone involved in influencing the specifications is committed to keeping the specification royalty free. Also, as this is an Interop Workshop, participants will need to bring an implementation based on the specifications below.
The 2-day interop workshop is an ad-hoc, open forum for companies who have WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile implementations based on the WS-Federation specification published 08 July 2003 and the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile specification published 08 July 2003, and who want to test their implementations with other companies’ implementations. Attendees bring their own laptops, their implementations and any other tools they feel would be needed; testing among all attendees will occur throughout the day. A scenario document will be provided to attendees of the Interop Workshop before the event, and progress of interoperating implementations will be tracked throughout the event.
This workshop will be held at Microsoft in Redmond, WA, see below for location details.
For more up-to-date information on the location please visit one of the following sites:
An internet connection will be made available during the workshops.
Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks will be served, but participants will be responsible for their own dinner arrangements. Please make any special dietary requirements known in advance, and every effort will be made to accommodate them.
As with previous workshops, these events are open to anyone who desires to participate and who can bring an implementation based on the specifications listed above.
If you are interested in participating, please reply to jthelin@...
A signed feedback agreement will also need to be faxed to Jorgen Thelin at +1‑425‑936‑7329.
Feel free to pass this invitation along, either in your company or elsewhere. This is an open forum. No invitation is required, but an RSVP is appreciated by the event hosts to facilitate accurate logistics planning. The list of attendees and general workshop results will be made public after the workshops.
Thank you and we look forward to your participation.
BEA, IBM, Microsoft, RSA and VeriSign
Workshop Location Details
Microsoft Building 100
15305 NE 40th St
Redmond, WA 98052
Nearest Airport: Seattle (SEA)
Event Contact: Jorgen Thelin
Driving Directions from Seattle International Airport
• Follow signs to Freeways, this will put you on SR 518 eastbound, merge carefully.
• Follow signs to I-5 and I-405.
• Take I-405 North-Renton (center lane).
• Continue on North I-405 thru Renton and Bellevue, approx. 14 miles.
• Take SR-520 East exit toward Redmond.
• Exit SR-520 at NE 40th St exit.
• Turn Left at exit onto NE 40th St.
Local hotels with complementary shuttle service to Microsoft
Bellevue Hilton (425) 455-3330
The Residence Inn (425) 882-1222
Woodmark Hotel (425) 822-3700
Recommended Hotels close to Microsoft
12202 NE 124th
Bellevue / Kirkland
Courtyard by Marriot
14615 NE 29th Place
Fairfield Inn by Marriott
14595 NE 29th Place
The Residence Inn
14455 NE 29th Place
Recommended Hotels in Bellevue / Kirkland
NE 8th and Bellevue Way
100 112th NE
Double Tree Hotel
300 122nd SE
1200 Carillon Point
- looking forward to the day that this proprietary work gets progressed
through an open standards organization.
Rich Salz Chief Security Architect
DataPower Technology http://www.datapower.com
XS40 XML Security Gateway http://www.datapower.com/products/xs40.html
XML Security Overview http://www.datapower.com/xmldev/xmlsecurity.html