En tant que co-organisateur du SnowCamp, je ne peux qu’être fier de cette conférence qui a accueilli plus de 500 participants et 60 présentateurs. Les retours que nous avons de tous, y compris les sponsors, sont tous positifs et motivants.
Et j’espère que cela vous donnera envie de participer l’an prochain, en tant que présentateur ou simple participant. Et si jamais vous souhaitez soutenir cette conférence, n’hésitez pas à contacter l’équipe par mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 7th International LDAP Conference has been announced and will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 4-6. The first day will be reserved for workshops, the main conference taking place on the 5th and 6th.
LDAPCon brings together vendors, developers, active LDAP practitioners, system administrators to share their experiences about service operations, interoperability, application development and discuss LDAP at large, in a friendly and passionated atmosphere.
It was a good opportunity to meet and discuss with our European customers (or the European teams of our global customers). For me, the main topic of discussion was Kubernetes and running Directory Services in Docker/K8S. It was also something that I’ve discussed a little bit during the Nashville Identity Live, but not as much as I did in Berlin. I also did a talk on that subject at the Identity Live Cloud Workshop (the second day of the event is focusing on the technical aspects of our products and solutions). I’ve started to write another article to detail my talk. I hope to publish it here in the next few days. Meanwhile, you can find all the photos from Identity Live Berlin on my Flickr page as usual.
Note that Identity Live Berlin took place at the “Classic Remise” which is a showroom for old and sports cars. An unusual place for a conference, but a good opportunity to admire some pretty old cars and try to take a different kind of photos.
This was my first visit to the city of Country Music and honky-tonks. It was fun listening to the live music everywhere, trying (and buying) boots, visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame, although we didn’t really have much time for leisure.
The Identity Live event itself was really good and very well attended. The engagement of our Customers and Partners was great and we’ve had a myriad of discussions, feedbacks and questions about our products, our roadmap and our progress on our move to the Cloud.
Venez nous retrouver, rencontrer des clients, des leaders d’opinions, des experts technique et autres professionnels de l’identité numérique. Pour la première fois, cette année, vous aurez aussi la possibilité, le 14 Novembre, de rencontrer et de discuter avec les experts techniques des produits, les développeurs, sous un format “UnConference” : agenda mouvant, discussions interactives sur les nouvelles fonctionnalités, sur les bonnes pratiques avec les containeurs Docker et Kubernetes…
In London, we’ve had 3 important customers that explained how they are innovating with the help of digital identities, each of them providing online services to over 30 millions users: The BBC, Maerks and Pearson. And we’ve had 3 major UK banks that joined a panel to discuss OpenBanking and APIs in the banking industry. I have particularly enjoyed the well mastered presentations by Bianca Lopes about the data that we leave online and that ties back to our identity, and by Spencer Kelly, technology presenter of the BBC show “Click”.
Today, we had our “unConference” day, where the engineering team is joining the product management one and discuss with our customers and partners on how to leverage the newest features of the ForgeRock Identity Platform, whether already released or soon to be.
This was my first participation to the events in this region (somehow I managed to convince my family to move our vacation earlier so I could attend), and it was great meeting in person with many customers and prospects I’ve interacted with over the phone, as well as meeting the ForgeRock colleagues I hadn’t seen for a while. As usual, the conversations around our products and the customers solutions were very rich and open, and I came back with great inputs and confirmations for our roadmaps.
You can find my photos of the events in the following Flickr albums:
I’m one of the organisers of a developers’ conference here in Grenoble, France, the SnowCamp. The 3rd edition took place last week at Minatec. During 3 days, we hosted 10 University workshops, 40 presentations, 3 keynotes, and welcomed 375 attendees. And on the Saturday, we ran a smaller unconference with some of the speakers on the snowy slopes of Chamrousse, the closest ski resort to Grenoble.
It has been 4 very intense days, but I’m really happy with how smooth the event went, and I’m excited to help organising it again next year (no spoiler, but it should take place end of January 2019).
On March 2nd, ForgeRock will be hosting an UnSummit, a free and open to all event, in Bristol. In an “unconference” format, join us in the ForgeRock’s Bristol offices at Queen’s Square, for a day of discussions, presentations with users, deployers and developers of the ForgeRock Identity Platform.
Top 5 reasons why you (or your team) should join us?
It’s a day for techie’s and nothing like a regular conference
If you’re interested in identity or working on an identity project – it’s a must!
There will be 30+ sessions to choose from during the day
It’s a great opportunity to visit Bristol – one of Britain’s leading “Smart Cities”
L’édition Française de l’Identity Summit aura lieu le Mardi 15 Novembre à Paris, au Cercle National des Armées.
L’Identity Summit, c’est l’événement qui permet de comprendre comment l’identité numérique est au coeur de la sécurité, de la transformation numérique et de la révolution des objets connectés. C’est aussi l’occasion d’entendre des retours d’expérience de la solution ForgeRock Identity Platform, de rencontrer d’autres clients et de partager vos besoins ou expérience, de discuter avec les partenaires qui déroulent les implémentations, d’avoir un aperçu des évolutions à venir de la solution de ForgeRock…
Time flies… LDAPCon 2015 has happened and we all have returned from Edinburgh to our daily lives.
As for the previous editions, this year’s conference was well attended, very friendly, with plenty of time to socialize around a (few) pint(s) of beer.
David Goodman started the conference with a keynote presentation that illustrated the long path followed by LDAP, but also how important it still is in the major industries, especially in the Telco world.
My 2 presentations were given on the first day of the conference. The first one was about “LDAP Asynchronous Programming” and the Promises API we’ve added in the OpenDJ LDAP SDK.