"Simple" SP install in Azure IIS

Crawford, Jeffrey jcrawford at it.ucla.edu
Wed May 15 11:13:45 EDT 2019

Well, I'm not sure how many people are interested in that, I'm assuming that means we would have to upgrade our instances once implemented. We have a lot of custom code so that becomes time consuming but that's the way it is.

After writing the email I came across the following site: https://blogs.uw.edu/kool/2013/06/21/hosting-a-shibboleth-sp-web-site-in-azure-part-2/ it appears to indicate that it's possible to get the MSI installed but it was written in 2013 so I don't know if it would still work. I've forwarded it to the interested party regardless.

Jeffrey C.

On 5/14/19, 3:57 PM, "users on behalf of Cantor, Scott" <users-bounces at shibboleth.net on behalf of cantor.2 at osu.edu> wrote:

    On 5/14/19, 4:15 PM, "users on behalf of Crawford, Jeffrey" <users-bounces at shibboleth.net on behalf of jcrawford at it.ucla.edu> wrote:
    > Has anyone found a simple way of just running IIS in Azure as a “simple” SAML Service Provider?
    If the native hop over to Azure is WS-Federation it may just be a matter of going back and re-implementing the WS-Fed support in the IdP we abandoned out of lack of interest. It's not really hard to implement, though it's also broken old SAML 1.1 and something I don't really think should be left alive anywhere, their code included. But I don't know if that's what the final hop from ADFS to Azure actually is.
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