This event brings together the govroam community, providing an open forum for discussion and collaboration. Whether you already use govroam or are a prospective user, the biannual stakeholder meeting give you the chance to answer any questions you may have about the service.
This is an opportunity to:
- Learn what’s new – regional growth, updates to the service and upcoming plans
- Raise your questions and issues with the service team and the govroam community
- Hear how others have implemented the service and the solutions they have in place
- Have your say in how the service is developed in future
Wednesday 14 April 2021
Technical talks and Q&A
OpenRoaming update (15 minutes)
Speaker: Stefan Paetow, federated roaming technical specialist
A brief update on Jisc’s OpenRoaming trial
Routing host certificates in eduroam/govroam (30 minutes)
Speaker: Karri Huhtanen, managing director, RADIATOR
Following on from a previous stakeholder discussion, Karri returns to outline Radiator’s recent success making Windows host certificates routable through eduroam/govroam.
Govroam tech spec review (30 minutes)
Speaker: Mike Richardson, Roaming Development Specialist
An outline of proposed changes, and an opportunity to discuss.
Who should attend
This event will be suitable for those currently participating in govroam, or organisations considering the service, particularly those working in public sector organisations including the NHS, social care, local and national government and emergency services.
The event will be of interest to:
- Network managers
- Network engineers
- Technical network staff
- IT infrastructure managers
For further information, please contact the govroam team (email@example.com).