We are releasing midPoint 4.4-RC1 and inviting everyone to participate in testing, finding and fixing bugs to make upcoming midPoint 4.4 as stable as possible.
This is the second part of the blog about provisioning. In the first part we were talking about just-in-time provisioning, authorization and just in case provisioning. Let’s have a look at some other types of provisioning and related topics. Provisioning performance The importance of provisioning speed is often overrated. Most of the operations are done Read more about MidPoint in Higher Education: Provisioning, Deprovisioning and Synchronization, Part II[…]
Provisioning is, without any doubt, the key feature of any IdM system. Without it, the IdM won’t be able to fulfil its primary role – aggregate all identities and other relevant objects (group, roles, …) and then distribute them to all systems and services where they are needed. This blog will cover several types of Read more about MidPoint in Higher Education: Provisioning, Deprovisioning and Synchronization, Part I[…]
Schrodinger framework is a tool which is used for automated testing of the midPoint user interface. Schrodinger code is adopted exactly for midPoint project so with its help the tester can simulate midPoint user activities in a web browser. Starting from midPoint 4.3, Schrodinger framework was separated to a distinct project (previously it was a Read more about Testing Schrodinger Framework Webinar Summary[…]
MidPoint is primarily synchronous system. Its major processes like reconciliation, live synchronization or regular provisioning work in synchronous mode. However, recent releases have brought a possibility of asynchronous communication (e.g. based on messaging) with both source and target resources. These are asynchronous updates in version 4.0 and asynchronous provisioning in version 4.3. When to Use Read more about Asynchronous Resources With ActiveMQ Webinar Summary[…]
MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday” introduced new query language, Axiom Query, which gives users powerful search capabilities directly in GUI, but can also be used in XML. The motivation was to create easy to understand language, which can be used across whole midPoint and enable more powerful queries without the need of writing XML filters. We were Read more about Axiom Query Language Webinar Summary[…]
MidPoint 1.7 “Prometheus” was released exactly ten years ago. It was the very first midPoint release, yet the code had an interesting history behind it. This is a story of the first release, going back a decade. […]
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[…]