Dreamforce is simply a force of nature (excuse the pun.) There are more sessions (1,400+) then you could possibly attend even if you clone yourself a few times over. And that’s not even including some amazing keynotes. Needless to say there’s a ton to occupy your time when you come join us.
The Salesforce Identity team has been putting together some awesome sessions. Interested in topics such as single sign-on for mobile applications, stronger authentication, or getting more out of Active Directory? You need to check out our sessions!
I’ve put together a handy list of all of the identity and access management content at Dreamforce 14. Hope you find it helpful and I cannot wait to meet all of the Salesforce community grappling with identity management issues.
Monday, Oct. 13th
Implementing Single Sign On (SSO) to Improve User Experience and Drive Adoption
Single Sign On is a fairly simple concept. Yet implementing it within your organization can have its challenges and complexities. Join us as we discuss common business challenges and the solutions that leverage Salesforce capabilities, such as SAML, OAuth, and Authentication Providers. You’ll hear about the best practices and common solution approaches that customers utilized in order to implement SSO within their own environments.
InterContinental Ballroom C: 1:00 p.m. – 1:40 p.m.
Integrating Active Directory with Salesforce: Keep User Identities in Sync
With Active Directory being the system of record for user identities at many organizations, keeping users in sync with Salesforce is a challenge. Salesforce Identity Connect allows you to sync users from Active Directory into Salesforce, authenticate users into Salesforce using Active Directory credentials, and provide seamless Single Sign-on using Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA). Join us to learn about the product, and case studies on how customers are using it to simplify their architecture.
Grand Ballroom AB: 4:00 p.m. – 4:40 p.m.
Customizing User Authentication with Login Flows
The Winter 15 release introduces a powerful new feature called Login Flows. Join us to learn how to use Login Flows to completely customize your login experience, integrate with different two-factor authentication methods, leverage identity verification services and more. We’ll get hands on, building a custom process from scratch, demonstrate YubiKey and Twillio integrations and you’ll walk away ready to bring this power to your own deployment.
Room 2007, Moscone West: 4:00 p.m. – 4:40 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 14th
Implementing Single Sign-On in Mobile Applications with Salesforce Identity
Want to learn how to integrate single sign-on and policy management into mobile applications? Custom applications that use secure SAML single sign-on and OAuth allow you to seamlessly deliver an integrated experience for your users. Come learn how Salesforce Identity makes this possible directly from your Salesforce org. We’ll get hands-on and build an app!
Room 2008, Moscone West: 11:00 a.m. – 11:40 a.m.
Delivering Single Sign-On and Identity for Employees, Customers, and Partners
With the proliferation of cloud applications, mobile devices, and industry trends like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), IT organizations are increasingly challenged with how to manage and gain transparency into user access to systems and applications. Salesforce Identity helps address these issues by providing identity and access management (IAM) for web and mobile applications, built on the trusted Salesforce1 Platform. Join us to make sense of things like federation, OAuth, and social sign-on in order to connect you with your employees, customers, and partners.
Grand Ballroom AB: 12:00 p.m. – 12:40 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 15th
Deploying Single Sign-on and Provisioning for Active Directory
Room 2011, Moscone West: 9:00 a.m. – 9:40 a.m.
Deploying Single Sign-On and Identity for Employees, Customers, and Partners
Salesforce Identity helps address challenges around identity and access management for employees, customers, and partners using identity capabilities built directly into the Salesforce1 Platform. In this session, you’ll learn how to deploy Salesforce Identity to solve major use-cases like single sign-on and provisioning with hands-on demonstrations of setting this all up from scratch. You’ll leave empowered to put this to use in your own org.
Room 2008, Moscone West: 3:15 p.m. – 3:55 p.m.
OpenID Connect and Single Sign-On for Beginners
Websites and applications are implementing social single sign-on to allow users to login using trusted authentication providers such as Google, Facebook, and even Salesforce. Join us to learn how to configure the OpenID Connect authentication provider to allow users to authenticate at Google to access a Salesforce environment. We’ll also look at how you can relieve yourself of the burden of password management by having your web app login users via Salesforce.
Room 2009, Moscone West: 4:15 p.m. – 4:55 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 16th
Social Single Sign-On with OpenID Connect
Get hands-on with the new Salesforce Identity feature OpenID Connect to link your Salesforce or Community Identity with a Social Identity such as Google+. Once connected, you can enable single sign-on and even share data between services. See how you can update a Chatter Profile based on a Social Identity and share actions in your Community on social networks. Enable employees to access and synchronize their Google Apps hosted data from within Salesforce. By the end of this session you will have the confidence to go and use OpenID Connect in your own projects.
Room 2008, Moscone West: 9:30 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
Seamless Authentication with Force.com Canvas
Join us to learn how to leverage SSO technologies (such as SAML) with Force.com Canvas. We’ll show examples of using Canvas with your existing SSO application to provide a seamless user experience, how you can use Canvas and Salesforce Identity to demo cross-org Visualforce pages, and we’ll show this behaving in Salesforce.
Room 2007, Moscone West: 9:30 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.
See you in October!