Stay at home they said, it will be fun they said. And they were right! Due to current situation in the world, it is better to self-isolate. Luckily, as the character of our work allows us to do so, the Evolveum team used this opportunity to stay at home. Instead of enjoying friendly atmosphere of Read more about Working remotely at Evolveum: isolate physically, not mentally[…]
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[…]
Open source is not a business model. This may sound like a strange statement from a founder of a successful company which is firmly based on open source. But it is true. Open source is not a business model. However, there are many ways how to build a business around open source software. […]
MidPoint ditched workflow engine. Scandal! How dare they? IDM without a workflow engine? Blasphemy! Abomination! Workflow was a holly cow of provisioning for almost 20 years. Hordes of IDM systems were born (and died) with integrated workflow engine. From the cumbersome proprietary workflow engine of Waveset Lighthouse to the open source BPMN engine of Apache Syncope, workflow was a natural part of identity management. Except one pesky little detail: it does not make sense.
If you are interested in meeting the midPoint people and you are in reach of Vienna, you probably want to reserve few days in February 2020 to attend the TIIME Workshop and Unconference. We will be there with a whole one day of midPoint-related discussions.
First October weekend was kicked off with midPoint community event. MidPoint made its little history. EU FOSSA 2 program organized 3rd Hackathon event where midPoint community has met face to face for the first time. The weekend full of ideas, discussions, brainstorming, bonding and amazing vibe. That is how midPoint community gathering looked like. We Read more about First global midPoint community meet up[…]
2017 was a really great year. For hackers. Many of us heard about WannaCry and NotPetya that took down over 300,000 computers across the world, including the UK’s National Health Service or government agencies in Ukraine. CCleaner, a utility program millions of Windows users rely on to clear potentially unwanted files off their PCs, got hit by a malware. The installer was patched to remove the malware, but only after over 700,000 machines were already infected. […]
We live in a fast evolving world. We surround ourselves with the technology to make our life easier every day. While in the past it would cause a great amusement, today we don’t even blink an eye when seeing someone hanging on their device, being online at any place, any time. The Internet became a Read more about How to stay safe online: tips and advice[…]
This year (2017) was full of training courses. Literally, there was almost no month without any training. Some took place in our office in Bratislava, Slovakia, some were remote/online sessions, but most of them were onsite, which meant a lot of travelling. I travelled to Canada and United States, later also to Finland. I experienced my first transatlantic flight, Read more about 2017 – The Year of midPoint Training Courses[…]