Identity Management European User Group and Burton Catalyst Europe

I will be attending Burton Catalyst Europe in Prague next week.  This is a great conference brings
together a number of thought leaders and practitioners in the Identity,
Security SOA and Dyanmic Data Center spaces to talk about real problems.  The event brings a fresh approach to conferences as they minimize vendor presentations.  Yes I am a vendor and I do appreciate this approach.  Because, as a vendor we attend the conference to have real open conversations with customers and analysts about the problems
teams are experiencing, and hear about creative solutions that are being employed to
solve those problems.  Ultimately, it is about sharing in an open environment about where we all think the identity space is headed.  I look forward to hearing what people are doing with virtual directories.  How LDAP is being used or not used in Web 2.0 architectures?   And, how this "identity bus" that Kim Cameron and Felix from Kuplinger-Cole were talking about here, may involve OpenDS or OpenESB?

Additionally,
while we are in Europe, on Tuesday, October 28 we will be attending the
Sun Identity User Group in Munich.  This User Group session is open to
all Identity Manager, Access Manager, Directory Server Enterprise
Edition, and Federation Manager customers.  For anyone new to this User
Group, it is a customer driven forum providing a valuable opportunity
for customers to exchange practical and technical knowledge and
experiences.  Here is information on the time and location:

Sun Identity Management User Group – EMEA 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Registration & Continental Breakfast will begin at 8:30 am
Sun Microsystems GmbH
Sonnenallee 1
85551 Kirchheim-Heimstetten

The agenda of the User Group can be found here.  You can register for the User Group by going here.

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