We have recently published source code of midPoint book on GitHub: https://github.com/Evolveum/midpoint-book Please note that, unlike midPoint, the book is not open source. The finished book is published under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND). However, this license does not apply to book’s source code. No explicit license is granted Read more about MidPoint Book Source Code Is Published on GitHub[…]
We are currently working on improvements to midPoint user experience, and we are planning even more of them in the future. However, to make good user experience improvements, we need to know how midPoint is used. MidPoint is a comprehensive open source platform, it can be used in a myriad of different ways and configurations. Read more about MidPoint Basic Use Survey[…]
The midPoint book Practical Identity Management with MidPoint was just updated. It has been updated to match with the midPoint 4.4 LTS release. There is also a comprehensive glossary of IAM terms. All the text, examples and pictures in the book were reviewed and updated to match midPoint 4.4. There have been significant improvements in Read more about MidPoint Book 2.2[…]
We interrupt your usual programming (again) to bring you this breaking news (again) about a dangerous and far-reaching vulnerability. This time it is CVE-2022-22965, a.k.a. “Spring4Shell”, a zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in Spring framework. Similarly to Log4Shell, midPoint is not vulnerable to Spring4Shell attack. However, there are some actions that you may need or want to take. […]
We interrupt your usual programming to bring you this breaking news about CVE-2021-44228, a.k.a “Log4Shell” vulnerability.
However, there is not much to talk about. MidPoint is not vulnerable to this attack, as midPoint is not using the Log4j logging implementation.
Despite that, there are some thoughts that we would like to share concerning this dangerous and far-reaching vulnerability. […]
Back in early 2010s we had a product, we had a brand new company and we were dressed for success. Yet, the success was not exactly waiting for us in the early years. We are quite successful now, but it was harder and it took longer than we have originally anticipated. […]
We were starting up a new company in 2011. We had with very little money and limited business experience. However, we had a good team, a vision and a code. The experts would say that starting up a company based on engineering, with no sales, no marketing and no rich investors equals a suicide. Yet, a decade later, we are still here, more successful than ever. We have built up a sustainable business based on open source. […]
Early summer 2011, ten years ago. We started midPoint project. We were preparing to set up a company to provide funding for midPoint development. We got the name, but there is much more than just a name needed to establish a company. […]
Naming things is hard. It is even harder to find good name for a company, especially if a company is built to last. Such as Evolveum. So, how did our company got its name? This is a story of the name, going back a decade, to early 2011. […]