midPoint 4.3 Webinar Summary

MidPoint 4.3 Webinar Summary

MidPoint 4.3 was introduced last week during webinar held online. Improvements and new features were briefly described. Features we’re currently working on such as a native, high-performance, scalable repository implementation for PostgreSQL were also touched. Overall attendance was around 50 people. Thanks everyone for coming and I hope you enjoyed it! Those who couldn’t attend, Read more about MidPoint 4.3 Webinar Summary[…]

MidPoint 4.3 "Faraday"

MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday”

MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday” has been released on Friday, April 9th. The vast majority of time and effort during the development cycle was concentrated around midScale project, aimed on bringing better performance and scalability. Major improvements done in 4.3 for tasks are related to visibility, better error reporting and error handling. The significant time was invested Read more about MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday”[…]

Evolveum: midPoint 4.2 webinar summary

MidPoint 4.2 Webinar Summary

A week ago we had a workshop about what’s new in midPoint 4.2. It was second workshop of this kind. At the beginning I was a little bit nervous, since it was the first time for me and I didn’t know what to expect, but I think it went quite smoothly. The overall attendance was Read more about MidPoint 4.2 Webinar Summary[…]

Evolveum midPoint 4.2 Maxwell

midPoint 4.2 “Maxwell”

MidPoint 4.2 “Maxwell” has been released. It brings major improvements for data provenance, reports or auditing. Last but not least, it brings also many improvements for user interface, archetypes, autoassignments and repository. Considerable part of development cycle of midPoint 4.2 was dedicated for the project called midPrivacy. Its main goal was to look closer on Read more about midPoint 4.2 “Maxwell”[…]

MidPoint 4.2 Milestone 1 released

MidPoint 4.2 Milestone 1 released

Development of MidPoint 4.2 is at full speed. It will hold name Maxwell and its fist Milestone was just reached. Read more for further details describing what has been done so far and what is planned next. What can be found in midPoint 4.2–M1? In LTS midPoint version 4.0 we announced deprecation for SOAP-based Web Read more about MidPoint 4.2 Milestone 1 released[…]

Evolveum and RSA Conference 2020

RSA Conference 2020 and the Human Element

Few weeks ago we attended RSA Conference, the biggest cyber security conference in the world. The conference took the whole week starting on Monday February 24th and ending up in the afternoon of February 28th with the great Penn & Teller show. It was exhausting but rich week during which we got a lot of Read more about RSA Conference 2020 and the Human Element[…]

Once upon a time

Once upon a time there was an idea to manage more than the users and their accounts using midPoint. We moved beyond the boundaries of traditional old-fashioned identity managers introducing generic synchronization which allows to synchronize and manage organizations, organizational units, groups, group membership and everything related to identities. The constraints in relation to identities Read more about Once upon a time[…]

Provisioning to Unix in 5 steps

Do you need to manage different linux machines? Are you struggling with that? Are you losing track of which user can access which Linux machine? Are users upset with different logins for different linux machines? If you answer positively at least one question, I’ll try to alleviate your everyday suffering with this blog. If your answers were no Read more about Provisioning to Unix in 5 steps[…]

FOSDEM 2016 and my first talk?

On Monday, I travelled back home from FOSDEM Conference which I was attending for the second time. Last year I was only an attendee enjoying the atmosphere made by all these open-source positive people, but this year I decided to move further and try to apply for a talk. When I was sending a proposal Read more about FOSDEM 2016 and my first talk?[…]