Given the adoption of VMware Identity Manager (vIDM) in vRealize Suite products, I have talked about the vIDM in several blog posts. Recently, I realized my homelab was running an older version of vIDM. I figured I would share my upgrade experience. Read on to learn more!
Someone approached me recently with the following question:
I am in the process of integrating vIDM with Log Insight and have a business requirement that vIDM be highly available. Currently, the conceptual design is looking like a 2-node cluster behind a NSX based LB. I will not have more than 15 – 20 admins using vRLI, and I’m therefore wondering if the design requires an external SQL database or not?
What is my recommendation? Read on to learn more!
Now that Log Insight has moved to VMware Identity Manager (VIDM) as the means to attain Active Directory (AD) authentication, I have heard a lot of questions around how to deploy and configure VIDM. In this post, I will provide the details you need to know. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight 4.3 introduces some more supported APIs. In this post, I would like to cover what they are and how they work. Read on to learn more!
Log Insight has featured a Tech Preview of VMware Identity Manager (VIDM) integration for the last two releases. I am happy to announce that as of Log Insight 4.3, this feature is now fully supported. Read on to learn more!
If you have used Amazon Web Services (AWS) then you are likely aware that it supports Single Sign-On (SSO) via SAML and OpenID Connect. In this post, I would like to cover how to configure VMware Identity Manager (vIDM) as a SAML provider with AWS. Read on to learn more!