By the end of November we have released MidPoint 4.4 “Tesla”. This LTS release brings major performance and scalability improvements as well as significant user experience and reporting improvements. Talking about scalability and performance, the newly developed midPoint repository – called Native repository – is a major component that should help midPoint to scale further. Read more about Native PostgreSQL Repository Webinar Summary[…]
By the end of November we have released MidPoint 4.4 “Tesla”. This LTS release brings major performance and scalability improvements as well as significant user experience and reporting improvements. Our development team leader Katarina Bolemant led an online webinar on December 16, 2021 where she talked about midScale results, introduced midPoint 4.4 and went through Read more about MidPoint 4.4 Webinar Summary[…]
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. […]
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.
Ten years ago, a small team with a courageous vision, right skills and motivation came together to start an open source project. Right on this day, such effort was followed by establishing an open source company with a resonant name: Evolveum. Being on our own and starting from the bottom, we have experienced good times Read more about It’s Evolveum’s 10th Birthday[…]
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. […]
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[…]
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. […]