Register for Virtual CAMP & Advance CAMP – 4-8 October 2021
Peers and subject matter experts in the Identity and Access Management (IAM) space will gather virtually on 4-8 October 2021 for the annual Campus Architecture and Middleware Planning conference (CAMP/ACAMP). This event will be part of Internet2’s TechEXtra series of virtual events and is brought to you by InCommon and GÉANT.
Interested in joining? The CAMPground is open for reservations! There is no need to pack a tent, haul your gear, or roll a sleeping bag. Just bring yourself, your computer, and a wi-fi connection. We will take care of the rest of your accommodations.
To learn more about registration and to see the full program of sessions, visit the CAMP/ACAMP web page. Highlights of the conference include:
- Key guidance on how to support the access requirements for the National Institutes of Health
- Gaps and solutions for federated access to library resources
- New updates and case studies on the Trusted Access Platform
- Opportunities to connect and socialize with fellow colleagues
Need a refresher?
CAMP has traditionally been a part of the Internet2 Technology Exchange (TechEX) track sessions that include case studies, organizations’ innovations in identity management, best practices, and other presentations that help move the community forward.
ACAMP (Advance CAMP) is the annual international unconference where the entire identity and access management community – those who are new and those who have been around awhile – gather to identify and work on long-range and global challenges.
Whether you are interested in growing your collaborations, enabling research, or learning more about how to progress in your identity and access management journey, this conference is for you.
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