Identity Interoperability scenario combining PHP, “Geneva” Server, Windows CardSpace, and Information Cards


At the RSA Conference 2009 in April, Microsoft’s Scott Charney included a video from a project for the Lake Washington School District in his keynote. The project features a very interesting identity interoperability scenario between the Lake Washington School District’s internal Active Directory and Intand’s Tandem for Schools SaaS application. The key challenges were to manage effectively identities while preserving the security of the users and the system.


The project combines Microsoft code name “Geneva” (the “Geneva” Server and Windows CardSpace “Geneva”) and Intand’s PHP-based Tandem for Schools application that uses the Zend Framework’s information card support for interoperability.


The project is based on upon the use of Microsoft code name Geneva Server, Windows CardSpace Geneva and Intand’s PHP application using the Zend Framework’s information card support for interoperability.


To get deeper and learn more about this exciting project, watch these videos:






Finally I wanted to point out other open source interoperability work our team has been contributing to around information cards for heterogeneous web applications. This includes information card support for Java , Ruby on Rails and a generic C module


Jean-Christophe Cimetiere – Sr. Technical Evangelist

Comments (4)

  1. At the RSA Conference 2009 in April, Microsoft’s Scott Charney included a video from a project for the

  2. Great stuff from Interoperability @ Microsoft blog – check it out ! Yours, Rohan Technorati Tags: Interoperability

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  4. qualitydirectory says:

    Nice you drilled into how Intand’s PHP application is enabled to support information cards. Without you showing us the way, we would be lost.