MidPoint 1.7 “Prometheus” was released exactly ten years ago. It was the very first midPoint release, yet the code had an interesting history behind it. This is a story of the first release, going back a decade. […]
MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday” has been released on Friday, April 9th. The vast majority of time and effort during the development cycle was concentrated around midScale project, aimed on bringing better performance and scalability. Major improvements done in 4.3 for tasks are related to visibility, better error reporting and error handling. The significant time was invested Read more about MidPoint 4.3 “Faraday”[…]
A week ago we had a workshop about what’s new in midPoint 4.2. It was second workshop of this kind. At the beginning I was a little bit nervous, since it was the first time for me and I didn’t know what to expect, but I think it went quite smoothly. The overall attendance was Read more about MidPoint 4.2 Webinar Summary[…]
MidPoint 4.2 “Maxwell” has been released. It brings major improvements for data provenance, reports or auditing. Last but not least, it brings also many improvements for user interface, archetypes, autoassignments and repository. Considerable part of development cycle of midPoint 4.2 was dedicated for the project called midPrivacy. Its main goal was to look closer on Read more about midPoint 4.2 “Maxwell”[…]
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.
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”[…]