Subject Re: What is a domesticated application?
From Niels van Dijk <niels.vandijk@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2010 16:11:53 +0200


Internet2 (Comanage) and SURFnet (COIN) currently work along the lines
of this sheet of Heather Flanagan,  see:

- The work of re-factoring applications to use the emergent identity
services infrastructure
- Begins with federated identity and authentication, use of directories;
gains a lot from group management for access control, etc
- Needs a fine grain set of authorization tools down the road
- Domesticated apps can receive IdM attributes via LDAP, SAML, X.509,
SQL, Kerberos PAC, and maybe all of the above


On 06/01/2010 03:27 PM, Ingrid Melve wrote:
> Hi,
> is there a handy description of what a domesticated application really
> is, ready to hand out to a vendor?  Or even a shared understanding of
> what a domesticated application is?
> I did a search on Google, and this is probably not the document I was
> looking for
> Ingrid
>  (who kept hearing the term, and realized it would be good if I
> understood it)