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[#XCI-512] Work with the RAS team to select an SP friendly new AMIE implementation

[XCI-512] Work with the RAS team to select an SP friendly new AMIE implementation Created: 11/15/2018  Updated: 11/15/2018

Status: Proposed
Project: XSEDE Cyberinfrastructure Integration
Component/s: None
Fix Version/s: None

Type: XCI Enhanced Capability Priority: Major
Reporter: JP Navarro Assignee: Unassigned
Resolution: Unresolved Votes: 0

XSEDE Priority: -
Public activity link: https://software.xsede.org/display/xci-512
Devel Repository: https://software.xsede.org/svn/xci/activities/xci-512/trunk/
Effort and Costs:
Staff Name (Lastname, Firstname) Effort (person weeks) Roles or Contributions Status
<Activity Lead Name – Last, First> 6 six weeks of effort to lead and implement the activity (required) none
<User Doc Drafter – Last, First> 0.2 one day of effort to draft user documentation (required ) none
TBD (tester) 1 one week of effort to test the software none
... ... .. none
Deliverables:
Due by Activity Deliverable
DSR Design document*
TRR Implemented Software Capability
TRR Other type of deliverable
TRR Deployment plan*
TRR Test plan*
TRR User documentation*
TRR (post) TRR Baseline* (Shava)
Deployment Deployment Baseline* (Shava)
Deployment Test Report* (Shava)
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Lead Tester: Shava Smallen

 Description   

The legacy AMIE implementation has a high barrier for SP adoption. The new RabbitMQ pilot is not polished and in a form that is easy for SPs to implement. The new OAuth to local account mapping tool for Globus Auth SSH offers a light weight way to create local mapping files. With the RAS team discuss producing a simpler and polished tool that lowers the barrier for SPs to receive and maintain XSEDE authorized/allocated local information.