MidPoint 4.0.1 was released. It is a first update in a long-term support (LTS) release family code-named Gutenberg. There are many bugfixes and a handful of minor improvements. MidPoint 4.0.1 is a start of a long journey.
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Last weekend (5-6.10.2019) was a huge milestone for midPoint. During this weekend it was first time the midPoint community could meet personally and share the experience with midPoint. The atmosphere was very positive and friendly.
MidPoint 4.0 “Gutenberg” is really a revolutionary midPoint release. It is a long-term support (LTS) release. But it also brings groundbreaking features. The support for archetypes is certainly one of those features that can be a real game-changer in the future. First part of this post told the story how the idea of archetypes evolved during the course of midPoint development. This part will describe how archetypes work and how they can be used. […]
In my previous posts, I wrote how you can fix temporary mistakes in HR data. If you have up to date data in HR, you are a happy Identity Engineer and your customer is a happy midPoint user. Midpoint automatically creates the user from HR data, send new user’s credentials over email or SMS. Set Read more about How to notify future account expiration[…]
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[…]
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)[…]
MidPoint 3.8 “Watt” was released. Release nickname once again suggests the main focus of the release: performance and scalability. Significant part of development effort of midPoint 3.8 was aimed at scaling. MidPoint is now able to support deployments that go well over millions of identities. While earlier midPoint versions were also able to reach this Read more about MidPoint 3.8 “Watt”[…]
More than a year ago we have published the first version of a book about midPoint. It was our Christmas present to midPoint community. Although the book is not finished yet, we have decided to publish it anyway. The book follows the same evolutionary approach as midPoint development does. It is improving its incremental steps. And now it is time for the next step. Therefore we have published new version of the book with a brand new chapter. […]
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. […]