September 14th, 2011

Last Chance to Register: XACML Authorization Workshop

Written by
Category Events

At the beginning of next week, in Washington DC, Layer 7 will be co-sponsoring an XACML workshop with Axiomatics, SailPoint and Radiant Logic. We plan to keep accepting registrations up to the end of this week but the workshop is limited to 30 participants and spaces are going fast. So, if you’re in DC and you want to learn how to build a cutting-edge authorization service using XACML, click here to sign up now!

With the identity management industry increasingly moving towards standards-based authorization, the concepts explored in this intensive two-day workshop will be vital for anyone who needs to build a truly up-to-date authorization service that ensures regulatory requirements and internal policies are consistently enforced across all application platforms.

Here are the full details:

XACML Training Workshop
MicroTek Training Center
3rd Floor – 1101 Vermont Avenue NW
September 19-20, 2011
Washington, DC

Day 1: XACML Introductory Concepts & Complementary Technologies

  • Authorization concepts
  • Common use cases
  • Attribute-based access control
  • Extending authorization to Web services and REST apps
  • Managing attributes
  • Addressing compliance and governance

Day 2: XACML Details & Advanced Topics

  • XACML policy language constructs
  • XACML request/response protocol
  • Attribute-based access control
  • Policy modeling best practices
  • XML gateway integration
  • Virtual directory integration
  • Access governance integration



  1. This sold out on Friday. Sorry to anyone who missed out.

    Comment by Sam Macklin — September 19, 2011 @ 4:40 pm

  2. I’m interested in this workship. When is the next class?

    Comment by Max Taylor — December 23, 2011 @ 8:09 am

  3. Good news, Layer 7 has upcoming XACML workshops in…

    San Francisco (Feb 27th)

    Chicago (Mar 5th-6th)

    New York (Mar 8th)

    Full details on the Layer 7 Events page:

    Comment by Sam Macklin — February 15, 2012 @ 10:56 am

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment