…together to easily connect your internal or LDAP to and grant and revoke New Relic access in real time based on directory groups.
Authentificating against LDAP server is not much more complicated, once you have LDAP running, just replace
pam_unix to pam_ldap in /etc/pam.d/mysqld
This was just an example, but to show a's feature: a complex authentication which satisfies security requirements.
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…cloud-based identity and access management service. Connect your internalor LDAP server to , enjoy On at the office or on the go and enforce multi-factor authentication.
OpsGenie providesalert notifications and mobile response capabilities. Extend New Relic alerting capabilities and be notified of New Relic alerts using OpsGenie apps for iPhone, , , and other mobile devices. Configure New Relic…
…to), , regex policy, logging to syslog, authentication via LDAP. This shows that major pieces of functionality can be implemented in relatively small amounts of code.
Installing Drizzle 7.1.33-stable
The source tar package is available from the Launchpad download area . Please see the Drizzle manual on how to install Drizzle 7.1.33-stable from source tar package.
The Drizzle PPA . Instructions …packages are available from the
1.4 is just around the block and it comes with some features that go back to 2008 (yes, that's almost 4 years ago). Here are the most notable ones :
Multiple per project
Smaller nice additions :
Plus if you are using the LDAP authentication module :
thoughtbot/ldap-activerecord-gateway is an implementation of an LDAP server which uses as a data store. People may be using it: there are 42 watchers.
Some of our projects have been replaced by better libraries or their functionality was added by. We're deprecating them, which entails this announcement, updating the , and turning off and for these projects.
thoughtbot/what provided boolean query methods …
…examination at the ruby-net-ldap reveals that the gem has implemented the full LDAP stack in even though it does not support binding. The gem utilizes Ruby TCPSocket class to communicate with the LDAP server, and provides LDAP packet parser and constructor. ruby-net-ldap has recently been upgraded to net-ldap , which provides a framework for SASL binding.
Clearly, net-ldap is the only option for the SASL/ DIGEST-MD5 implementation. …
A Breath of Fresh
has been my worst-kept secret library for some time now. I've been using it as the go-to authentication strategy for new projects big and small for the last few months, and it feels really refreshing to have so much control over authentication without losing the drop-in ease of use. If you need external authentication but have found existing solutions to lack flexibility, please take a look!
OmniAuth is on GitHub with a growing set …
atlassian-user.xml - used to configure user provisioning, e.g. LDAP. For more info read the docs .
confluence-init.properties - this file allows you to specify the path to Confluence Home directory. There is a better way to set this; see thesection below.
log4j.properties - modify logging preferences, this can also be done via the, but the changes are not preserved after restart or upgrade.
seraph-config.xml - controls authentication framework. You'll …
…grotesque, take your pick] solutions out there for "the enterprise." The primary options being LDAP and RADIUS. For Envy Labs, we're not quite big enough - or self-loathing enough - to add that complexity to our everyday workflow. Plus, those solutions introduce a single point of failure, which can immediately and unforgivingly disable all access to all systems without warning.
And really, we love web apps and we really love Ruby; so, why leave them?
A couple of hours …