The IAM development team is pleased to announce the release of INDIGO IAM v.1.7.0.
This release provides many bug fixes and enhancements, as can be seen in the release notes.
The highlights of this release are:
- Scalability improvements: the group membership persistence management has been refactored to improve scalability; SCIM APIs have also been changed to support pagination over group members (see the new SCIM API documentation for more information);
- Improved token exchange flexibility: token exchange can now be controlled in more detail using scope and token exchange policies;
- SSH key management: IAM now allows users to link SSH keys to their account; ssh keys are then exposed to relying parties either via the SCIM APIs or via the OpenID connect userinfo endpoint; see the documentation.
As usual, the IAM docker images can be obtained from DockerHub, while RPM packages for CENTOS 7can be obtained from our package repository.