Interoperability

Identity “Mash-up” Federation Demo using Multiple Protocols (OpenID and WS-Federation)

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Mike Jones, from the Federated Identity Team, and Kamaljit Bath, from the Interoperability Strategy Team, present an Identity “Mash-up” Federation Demo using Multiple Protocols (OpenID and WS-Federation).

Medtronic, PayPal, and Microsoft worked together to produce a multi-protocol federated identity “mash-up” demo using multiple protocols (OpenID and WS-Federation). The demo shows how Medtronic customers could use PayPal identities when signing up for and participating in a medical device trial.
Southworks, the company that built much of the demo, has released the source code and documentation for a proof-of-concept OpenID/WS-Federation Security Token Service (STS) based on the one used in the demo.

More details on the Interoperability @ Microsoft blog.

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