Identity Governance - midPoint Experience

Identity Governance – MidPoint Experience (Part II)

In the previous part, I outlined governance features that organizations may use if they wish to fully enjoy the advantage of having Identity Management solution. Today, I will show some examples of how Identity Governance features are handled in midPoint. I will start with simple workflow, that can be for instance enforced on user-role assignment Read more about Identity Governance – MidPoint Experience (Part II)[…]

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Development of Gutenberg, Part 1

MidPoint 4.0, code-named Gutenberg will be major milestone in midPoint evolution. As the version numbering suggests, 4.0 is a major release. Therefore, there will be substantial changes that we have planned for quite some time. It will also be our first long-term support (LTS) release. Therefore, similarly to the invention of Johannes Gutenberg, the expectations are quite high. […]

Identity Governance - midPoint Experience

Identity Governance – MidPoint Experience (Part I)

I’ve been part of midPoint community for about five years now. During that time, I’ve made several deployments of midPoint Identity Management in both medium and large organizations. I’m proud that all of these projects came to be successful for us (as the Evolveum partner) and the customer as well. Big thanks for this goes Read more about Identity Governance – MidPoint Experience (Part I)[…]

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ConnId Improvements in Galileo

Development of midPoint 3.9 “Galileo” is already in full swing. And first improvements are already nearing completion. There is an interesting group of improvements that are all related to the ConnId connector framework. ConnId connector framework is the workhorse of provisioning in midPoint. This framework is used to manage identity connectors in midPoint. All the Read more about ConnId Improvements in Galileo[…]

Development of midPoint 3.9 - Galileo

Development of Galileo

Development of midPoint 3.9 has started a couple of weeks ago. MidPoint 3.9 release is code-named Galileo. Galileo Galilei was a polymath who helped to advance several fields of science. And it is such a broad scope of improvements that is planned for midPoint 3.9. Therefore, Galileo is really appropriate name for this release. First Read more about Development of Galileo[…]

Evolveum: new training in the offer

A New Guy In Town (MidPoint Advanced Customization training course)

There’s a new guy in town. His name is MidPoint Advanced Customization training course. A brand new training course dedicated to more advanced topics that could not be covered by the predecessor – MidPoint Deployment Fundamentals training course. At first there was a workshop for midPoint, which gradually evolved into the full MidPoint Deployment Fundamentals Read more about A New Guy In Town (MidPoint Advanced Customization training course)[…]

Open source: the future of innovations

Innovations play a crucial part in the companies’ approach to the market. With the competition around the globe, asking right questions such as “How can we do this better?” can help the companies to keep innovation rate high and to lead instead of follow. Aside from products, innovation can be involved in new services, business Read more about Open source: the future of innovations[…]

How to override administrative status

In my previous post, I wrote how to override full name if you don’t have actual data from HR in all cases. We can have a similar problem with a special property like Administrative status (user is enabled/disabled/archived). In most cases you already have done the mapping from HR. If the employee is active (or Read more about How to override administrative status[…]