Tag Archives: BurtonGroupCatalyst08

The Claim Broker (IP Explosion, pt 3)

In my last post I introduced the diagram below that identifies a larger “stack” of services that would be necessary for a full-fledged Identity Metasystem : I also indicated that whereas the lavender roles receive a lot of attention in the community, the other colors do not. In this post, I’d like to take a […]

The Road to Transactional Assurance (IP Explosion, pt 2)

In my last post, I wrote about how Bob Blakley’s two uses of the word “Relationship” in his presentation at Catalyst had got me thinking about two questions: What other relationships are missing from the Identity scene that might be inhibiting its development? What other information would be valuable in Bob’s “Relationship Data Object” besides […]

Bob Blakley’s Confusing Relationships (IP Explosion, pt 1)

Well, I’m on the flight home from Burton’s Catalyst conference. The conference was a good one, and as I wrote in my previous post, we have a lot to learn from enterprise identity. The most important thing about Catalyst however, is the priority Burton puts on relationships. Their consultants spend less time talking and more […]

Burton Catalyst 2008: Learning from the enterprise.

Wow.  I would never have thought that my first post after IIW wouldn’t come until Catalyst.  I’ve been absolutely absorbed in my work helping angel investors with Angelsoft, as we’re releasing Version 3.0 of the platform on August 1st (and it is going to be SICK!).  Fortunately, I’ve got a little more time now that we’re out […]