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The aim of the Shibboleth-aware Portals and Information Environments (SPIE) project is to demonstrate the use of Shibboleth in providing integration between institutional and national information environments, especially via enhanced portals and portlets. The project will build upon the outcomes of earlier nationally-funded projects relating to the development of access management functionality within the JISC Information Environment and instititions, notably the Subject Portals Project (SPP) and the Digital Certificate Operation in a Complex Environment (DCOCE) project. During the next two years the SPIE Project proposes to deliver a combination of evaluation reports, demonstrators, and toolkits as outcomes from investigating the issues related to the integration of access domains. Transferable outcomes from the project also include a Shibboleth-aware Stanford WebAuth Single Sign-on (SSO) authentication mechanism; piloting Shibboleth with AthensSSO; enhanced integration between uPortal and the Subject Portals Project within the context of institutional Single Sign-on, WSRP (Web Services for Remote Portals) and Shibboleth; and access to non-Web resources within a Shibboleth environment. SPIE is located within the Research Technologies Service (RTS) at Oxford University Computing Services (RTS, OUCS). The project operates in partnership with the Institute of Learning and Research Technology (ILRT) at the University of Bristol, and the Athens9 service at Eduserv. Project start date: 2004-12-01. Project end date: 2006-09-30. (Excerpt from this source)
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