|4.0 LTS "Gutenberg"|
|Fall 2018||Spring Summer 2019||Winter 2019-2020||Fall 2020||Spring 2021|
Service account management (partial)
User experience improvements
Impact analysis, reorganizations
Limits and thresholds (experimental)
Asynchronous (messaging) connector options
Flexible authentication (part 2)
Docker containerization improvements
Limits and thresholds (multi-node)
Connector framework improvements
Status reporting and notification improvements (experimental)
Flexible authentication (part 1)
|Active Directory connector improvements |
|Support for multiple equivalent accounts on a resource (inbound)|
|Asynchronous (messaging) connector options (prototype)|
|LDAP and AD connector improvements|
|Minor user experience improvements |
|Data model and interface cleanup||User experience improvements (server tasks)|
|User interface testing framework||Long-term support stabilization|
|Java 11 support|
Even though we are trying really hard to make this plan as precise as possible, it is still just a plan. It can change at any moment. It is not recommended to depend on any features in this roadmap. The roadmap is driven by the priorities given to us by platform subscribers. There are also other things that can influence the roadmap, such as unexpected maintenance work, surge in support effort, security issues and so on. The roadmap is dynamic, and even the plan for currently-developer release may change as late as few weeks before release.
Even if a feature is already marked as SUBSCRIPTION, it does not mean that it will be developed precisely as planned. The plan can still change. Subscriber that is sponsoring this feature may re-prioritize. The scope may change to adapt to subscriber's changed requirements. Or we may negotiate planning changes with that subscriber and the feature may be re-planned. The only reliable way how to make sure that you can depend on this plan is to secure a platform subscription and set your own priorities and dates for the features that you depend on.
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MidPoint is currently high-quality product developed for more than 7 8 years. MidPoint has a solid architectural foundation that was proven in practice. The current set of features provides good fit for almost any environment: enterprise (both employee and customer identities), academia, telco, cloud, Internet, etc.
Current features include:
- Identity Management
- Account provisioning (create, read, update, delete accounts)
- Support for mapping and expressions to determine account attributes
- Processing and computation fully based on relative changes
- Provisioning robustness and consistency
- Integration of Identity Connector Framework (ConnId)
- Web-based administration GUI
- Flexible identity repository implementations and SQL repository implementation
- Live synchronization
- Advanced Hybrid RBAC support and flexible account assignments
- Password policies
- Password recovery
- Flexible reporting
- Workflow support (based on Activiti)
- Generic Synchronization
- Service Account Management
- Identity Governance
- Data Protection (experimental)
- PolyString support allows automatic conversion of strings in national alphabets
- Multi-node task manager component with HA support
- Custom schema extensibility
- Auditing to files or database table
- Data representation in XML, JSON a YAML
- Web service, Java and REST APIs
- Lightweight deployment structure
List of current features can be found on Features page.
Next Release: 4.
This plan is also reflected in our task tracking system (jira).
Planned release date: spring winter 2019-2020
The major features planned for the next release include:
- User experience Archetype improvements
- Limits and threshold
- Java 11 support
The plan is for Gutenberg to be the first Long-Term Support release.
- Asynchronous connector options
- Flexible authentication (part 1)
Fluid Features and Subscriptions