Simplifying OpenIG configuration…

In the article that I’ve posted yesterday, I’ve outline portions of configuration files for OpenIG. The configuration is actually only working with the latest OpenIG nightly builds, as it leverages some of the newest updates to the code.

One of the feedback that we got after we released was that configuring OpenIG was still too complex and verbose. So, we’ve made changes to the model, simplifying it, removing intermediate objects… The result is much smaller and easier to understand configuration files, but more importantly, easier to read back and understand the flow they represents.

My colleague Mark has done a great job of describing and illustrating those changes in a few articles :

OpenIG’s improved configuration files (Part 1)

OpenIG: A quick look at decorators

OpenIG’s improve configuration files Part 2

 


Filed under: Identity Gateway Tagged: configuration, ease of use, engineering, ForgeRock, gateway, identity, openig, opensource

We’ve moved !

As ForgeRock is growing fast and we have a number of new hires joining us in the Grenoble Engineering Center, we’ve moved office for a larger space, still in the same building.

ForgeRock France new office building

The new office has a large open space area where all engineers (dev, QA and doc) can work and exchange.
open space in ForgeRock Grenoble Engineering Center IMG_3150

It also has a couple of smaller office for managers , and a decent meeting room, that has already been hacked :-)

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ForgeRock engineering center meeting room Engineers in action !

 

And the good news is that the new office will allow us to hire even more, in the next months and years.


Filed under: General Tagged: engineering, ForgeRock, france, grenoble, office, startup