INDIGO IAM

The Identity and Access Management Service provides a layer where identities, enrollment, group membership and other attributes and authorization policies on distributed resources can be managed in an homogeneous way, supporting the federated authentication mechanisms supported by the INDIGO AAI. The IAM service provides user identity and policy information to services so that consistent authorization decisions can be enforced across distributed services.

Summary:

Release Notes v0.6.0

What's new

Highlights of the 0.6.0 release:

  • Support audience enforcement on access tokens
  • Nested groups
  • Configurable token and approval cleanup period
  • Improved performance for some inefficient queries
  • Improved audit log
  • Bug fixing

More details: https://github.com/indigo-iam/iam/issues?utf8=?&q=milestone%3Av0.6.0%20 or https://github.com/indigo-iam/iam/milestone/2

Supported Platforms:

  • The IAM service is currently distributed as a docker image from Dockerhub, so in order to run the service, you will need Docker v. 1.11.1 or greater. If you want to use docker-compose to deploy the service, you will also need docker-compose v.1.7.0 or greater.

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