midPoint and Openstack

Once upon a time

Once upon a time there was an idea to manage more than the users and their accounts using midPoint. We moved beyond the boundaries of traditional old-fashioned identity managers introducing generic synchronization which allows to synchronize and manage organizations, organizational units, groups, group membership and everything related to identities. The constraints in relation to identities[…]

Provisioning to Unix in 5 steps

Provisioning to Unix in 5 steps

Do you need to manage different linux machines? Are you struggling with that? Are you losing track of which user can access which Linux machine? Are users upset with different logins for different linux machines? If you answer positively at least one question, I’ll try to alleviate your everyday suffering with this blog. If your answers were no[…]

FOSDEM 2016 and my first talk

FOSDEM 2016 and my first talk?

On Monday, I travelled back home from FOSDEM Conference which I was attending for the second time. Last year I was only an attendee enjoying the atmosphere made by all these open-source positive people, but this year I decided to move further and try to apply for a talk. When I was sending a proposal[…]


Infrastructure Provisioning in context of organization

At present, companies go for moving their infrastructure to the clouds, which became synonyms for cost efficiency. Instead of using public cloud, why not to create your own exactly according to your needs? OpenStack is one of the options there for you. By deploying identity management system (midpoint) in different companies I learnt people have different[…]


Using midPoint with CAS

Do you use CAS and need just-in-time provisioning? Use midPoint! It can be maybe simpler than you can imagine. Few days ago I got requirement if it is possible to provision identities from CAS after user logs in. For sure, you can make provisioning for each service provider using CAS by itself. But what if[…]