Welcome to the Grid Middleware Workshop ☆Joint workshop of Grid WG and Middleware WG Middleware Working Group at a glance • 20th APAN (Taipei, Aug. 2005) • National Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure and NREN (proposed session) • 21st APAN (Tokyo, Jan. 2006) • Middleware Workshop (full day) • Middleware Working Group is approved • 22nd APAN (Singapore, today) • Grid Middleware Workshop
GRID environments Higher education Two Middleware worlds converge/overlap Wildfire GRID workflow - Source: Francis Tang, Bioinformatics Institute, A-STAR, Singapore Federated AAA (Shibboleth) – Source: MAMS
Grid-Middleware WorkshopObjective • A specific focus on GRID middleware and identity and access management issues. • GRID authentication, authorisation and accounting; • Identity Access Management; • Public Key Infrastructures and the GRID; • The convergence of GRID and Higher education access controls; • Support for location independent access controls to the GRID to support roaming users or access via remote systems.
14:00 －14:10 Welcome Address 14:10 – 14:30 “Federated access to Grid resources: SAML using Shibboleth” Keith Hazelton University of Wisconsin, USA 14:30 －14:50 “Australia’s Middleware Action Plan and Strategy Project (MAPS)” Patricia McMillan University of Queensland, Australia 14:50 – 15:05 “Grid security in NAREGI project” Shinichi Mineo National Institute of Informatics, Japan 15:05 – 15:20 “Introduction of NAREGI-CA” Toshiyuki Kataoka National Institute of Informatics, Japan 15:50 – 16:20 “Using OGRO to implement OCSP certificate validation in the Globus Toolkit 4” Jesus Luna, Oscar Manso, Manel Medina Technical University of Catalonia (Computer Architecture Department) Barcelona, Spain. 16:20 – 16:50 “K* Grid Middleware package KM1-R1” Jaegyoon Hahm, Grid Computing Research Team, Supercomputing Center, KISTI 16:50 – 17:20 “European efforts towards a global AA infrastructure” Diego Lopez RedIRIS, Spain 22nd APAN SingaporeGrid-Middleware Workshop19th July 2006