ICAM on a Purchase Card

Marc BoorshteinCompliance, ficam, icam, Identity Management, Implementation Costs, Open Source, sso, user provisioning

If you’ve done any work for or with the US federal government, you’ve heard the acronym ICAM or FICAM.  It stands for the Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management standards outlined at https://gsa.github.io/ficam-arch/.  These are a set of standards agencies should follow when it comes to identity management, items like using your PIV cards for authentication and providing audit frameworks.  In … Read More

Marc BoorshteinICAM on a Purchase Card

Unison 1.0.8 Available

Marc BoorshteinAmazon Web Services, Cloud, Cloud Native, Identity Management, Infrastructure as a Service, Kubernetes, Linux, Open Source, OpenShift, PaaS, ubuntu

We’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of Unison and OpenUnison 1.0.8. This release brings new features specifically aimed at Cloud Native systems: OpenID Connect support, both as a relying party and as an identity provider Kubernetes SSO integration MongoDB Support for storing authorization data and additional attributes outside of your corporate Active Directory Identity Management for OpenShift and OpenStack … Read More

Marc BoorshteinUnison 1.0.8 Available

OpenShift Compliance and Identity Management

Marc BoorshteinCloud, Cloud Native, Compliance, Identity Management, Implementation Costs, Open Source, OpenShift, Red Hat

The OpenShift team at Red Hat has put together a GREAT compliance guide for OpenShift.  This doc does a great job detailing each control in NIST 800-53.  There’s one major compliance issue that this document explicitly leaves to the “Organization” – identity management.  As you go through this document you’ll notice that nearly every control that deals with identity management … Read More

Marc BoorshteinOpenShift Compliance and Identity Management

Enterprise Applications on Amazon Web Services Just Got Easier

Marc BoorshteinAmazon Web Services, Cloud, Identity Management, Infrastructure as a Service

Deploying applications to Amazon Web Services with enterprise identity just got easier.  You can now deploy Unison directly from the AWS Marketplace in a fully configured AMI.  The AMI includes everything you need to get started: Unison is deployed and ready for configuration Firewall rules are in place for forwarding 80 and 443 to 8080 and 8443 Filters and drivers for … Read More

Marc BoorshteinEnterprise Applications on Amazon Web Services Just Got Easier