Tuesday 20th May, 2014
2:00pm to 3:30pm
OWIN is a fairly new specification for modelling an HTTP server API for hosting web applications. The intent is to decouple the host from the application with the goal of providing a simpler programming model with potentially better performance than traditional web servers. While OWIN is a specification, Katana is Microsoft’s implementation of an OWIN host.
In this session we will further discuss OWIN, Katana and how to write applications and middleware that take advantage of this new and exciting hosting environment.
Brock is an independent consultant based in the US
Dominick works as an associate consultant for the Germany-based company thinktecture
Dominick's main area of focus is software security in general, and identity & access control in particular. He helps customers around the world to implement claims-based identity, single sign-on, authorisation and federation in their web applications, services and APIs. Dominick is the author of Developing More-Secure ASP.NET Applications, the co-author of the Microsoft Patterns & Practices Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control and founder of the IdentityModel, IdentityServer and AuthorizationServer open source projects.
Sign in to add slides, notes or videos to this session