Building Intelligent Enterprises with Novell's Identity-Driven Computing
Web Services Edge 2005 East: WSS-5

With more than nine years of experience in the software industry, Ashish Larivee has designed and developed many enterprise applications across a variety of platforms, including Microsoft, Lotus Notes/Domino, and J2EE. In 1999, Ashish joined SilverStream Software, acquired by Novell in July 2002, and has served in various roles in consulting, development, and technical marketing. In her current role, she helps define the strategy and product direction across Novell’s Web Application Development Products.

Companies are now facing complexities dealing with issues such as regulatory compliance and security while still providing for company-wide collaboration between employees, partners, and suppliers. Identity systems are becoming a crucial component of applications, enabling developers to take advantage of a new set of services that know who you are, where you are, what you are trying to do, and can adapt to your changing business needs. Identity-driven computing addresses these problems by applying best practices learned from Novell's leadership in identity management for the management of people to all aspects of an enterprise, including servers, PCs, devices, applications, and even Web services.This presentation will outline identity-driven computing, describe the attributes of an identity-driven application, and discuss steps enterprises can take to make the transition to an identity-driven computing environment.

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