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  • 1.  CA Siteminder Federation Online Training

    Posted 04-22-2014 05:50 AM
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    CA Siteminder Federation Online Training

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    Siteminder Federation course contents

    • What is SAML and where did it come from?
    • History of SAML
    • SAML Technical Basics

    What is assertion and how the information flows in it

    How assertion can be secured using certificates

    SAML Profiles

    • Post Profile (How it works)
    • Artifact Profile (How it works)

    SAML Bindings

    • IDP Initiated SSO
    • SP Initiated SSO
    • IDP initiated SLO
    • SP Initiated SLO
    • What is CA Federation?
    • How to configure SAML Profile in CA Federation

     



  • 2.  Moving to Promotions Category

    Former Employee
    Posted 04-29-2014 06:57 PM
    Moving to Promotions Category As per CA Community Ethics, advertising is not appropriate in technical discussion areas. [url=https://communities.ca.com/web/ca-community-feedback/wiki#Code_of_Ethics_for_Community_Members]https://communities.ca.com/web/ca-community-feedback/wiki#Code_of_Ethics_for_Community_Members [b][color=#222222][size=5]Code of Ethics for Community Members[/size][/color][/b][color=#747679]Community leaders and members are requested to help ensure that the group is focused around knowledge sharing to better enhance the users' deployment, implementation and usage of CA Technologies' software. Any product related questions, problems or issues which the group is unable to address should be brought to the proper technical support or services contacts, and then escalated to the [/color][/url][url=http://mailto:customerprograms@ca.com/]Communities Team[/url] for follow up as appropriate.[color=#747679]Community leaders and members are expected to act in a professional manner and be respectful to others, their property, and any proprietary information which may be discussed. All community members will refrain from illegal copying, exchange or distribution of copyrighted materials or software. All community members will not use the group names, activities, or other members'™ names in an inappropriate or unethical activity that would result in either personal or professional gain for themselves, their employers, or their own businesses. Community members must uphold the laws regarding licensing and restrictions applicable to commercial software and between their company and CA Technologies.[/color][color=#747679]Violating the Code of Ethics may result in membership termination from the CA Technologies' communities. CA Technologies sets out the terms and conditions of your use of our services in the Terms and Conditions agreed to when registering for CA Communities. Some of the key things to remember are:[/color][list][color=#747679] [/color] [*]You may not abuse, harass, threaten, or advocate violence against other members or individuals or groups. [*]Stay on topic. Although some groups hold different standards, most groups appreciate it when you stay on topic. If you constantly stray from the topic you may be moderated or removed from a group altogether by the leaders of that community. [*]You may not use this community for commercial or advertising purposes. [*]You may not post content which infringes the intellectual property, privacy or other rights of third parties. [*]CA Technologies reserves the right to remove content that it determines, in its sole discretion, to be inappropriate and/or in violation of our rules and the agreed upon terms and conditions when registering for CA Communities. [/list]