Claims-based Identity

Thursday 30 August 2012

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Claims-based Identity

Most companies have a variety of legacy systems across many diverse identity stores which require their users to login with (and remember) a range of usernames. Using ADFS and WIF to provide Microsoft claims - based solutions provides an approach to get users to login once and utilise Single Sign On. In addition, via the magic of federation, this same login can be used to access resources in other organisations (not necessarily Microsoft centric).


  • Why Microsoft is betting the farm on claims
  • A lap around ADFS, WIF and SSO
  • What’s happening under the hood – the story of a token
  • Using Azure ACS (Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Windows Live etc.) as the authentication method for your .NET applications (with a demo)
  • Federation – integrating with other languages and Security Token Services – e.g. Java / PHP
  • A look at the future - .NET Framework 4.5 and Windows Server 2012

Hmm – quite a lot for a hour – we shall see!


Thursday 30 August 2012

Gather for food and drinks at 5:45 PM
Presentation starting at 6:10 PM

Seminar Room 3 (QB3)
Quadrangle Building B
Massey University Albany Campus

  • Catch up with North Shore .NET User Group members.
  • Have a bit of Pizza and a refreshment.
  • Learn about Claims-based Identity.


Our speaker is:

Rory Braybrook

Rory Braybrook

Rory is the v-TSP for ADFS in Auckland.

Rory works in the Identity team at Datacom working with evangelising .NET claims-based applications; both browser and WCF.

He is also the architect / lead developer of Datacom's Identity Manager which provides self-service password management, delegated administration, role management and AD provisioning for ADFS.

Twitter : @rbrayb








Our Sponsors

The North Shore .NET User Group would like to thank our sponsors, for making this event happen.