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Wednesday, May 20 • 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Keystone advanced authentication methods

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Keystone has possessed many of the building blocks needed for allowing stronger forms of authentication within OpenStack for some time, such as external authentication and federation capabilites.  Until recently, many of these capabilities of Keystone could not be used by common end user interfaces, such as Horizon and the OpenStack command-line clients.  In this presentation, Steve Martinelli, Nathan Kinder & Henry Nash will discuss some of the new changes in Kilo that provide a more complete secure authentication solution than previous OpenStack releases.  Specifically  we will review i) Web Single Sign-On, ii) Federation plugins for command line, and iii) Kerberos. To go along side each technology, we will be providing a brief demo.

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Nathan Kinder

Software Engineering Manager, Red Hat, Red Hat
Nathan is a Software Engineering Manager at Red Hat, where he manages the development of the identity and security related components of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, Red Hat Directory Server, and Red Hat Certificate System products.  He is an active member of the OpenStack Security Group, and regularly contributes to the Keystone project.  He has been a developer on the 389 Directory Server project since it's inception... Read More →
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Steve Martinelli

Senior Software Developer, IBM, IBM Canada Ltd.
Steve Martinelli is an OpenStack Active Technical Contributor and a Keystone Core Contributor. He primarily focuses on enabling Keystone, which is OpenStack's Identity Manager, to better integrate into enterprise environments. Steve was responsible for adding Federated Identity and OAuth support to Keystone and was one of the leading contributors to Keystone to Keystone federation support for interoperable hybrid cloud enablement. In his spare... Read More →
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Henry Nash

OpenStack Wild Duck, IBM & Keystone Core, IBM
Henry works in IBM's Cloud division as an OpenStack Architect and a core contributor to OpenStack Keystone, driving enterprise capabilities into OpenStack as well as IBM's products that use OpenStack. He has a long history in the creation of enterprise software, having founded a number of successful companies in Europe and USA, coming to IBM via acquisition in 2009. He holds a 1st class honours degree in Electrical Engineering from the University... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 1:50pm - 2:30pm
Room 121/122

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