On Thursday February 25, 2016 OpenShift Commons gave us the chance to demo OpenUnison running on OpenShift. The demo shows off several of OpenUnison’s capabilities, all running on OpenShift:
- Integration with Active Directory
- Joining identity data
- Building an IDentity as a Service (IDaaS)
- Just-In-Time provisioning
In addition to sharing the OpenUnison configuration on how to build out the demo, we wanted to also share how we setup OpenShift and what we learned along the way. There’s a great body of knowledge on OpenShift and we wanted to thank the community by adding to it what we learned, hoping that those that come across it find it helpful.
We committed all of our OpenUnison and OpenShift configurations on GitHub. Based on the experience we gained building out the demo we’ll be updating our Docker images to run better on OpenShift. We’re also going to be adding new source-2-image builds and templates to make it even easier to add identity management to any OpenShift deployment.