The OpenVPN4UCS integration package for the server solution OpenVPN to configure and provide private, virtual networks directly via the Univention Management Console was updated to version 1.1.1 and is available in the Univention App Center.
We have now been using git as the version control software for our projects in the Professional Services Team at Univention for a number of weeks and to great success. In this blog article, I want to give you a bit more information about our decision to employ git, report on our initial, recent experiences and provide a perspective of the aspects still requiring work. In doing so, I hope maybe to provide you with a suggestion or two for your own projects or that perhaps you will also have ideas for how we can implement our requirements even better using git.
- Both the migration of SVN to git and the use of git as a tool in the productive workflow have gone very smoothly.
- The challenges involved in the professional introduction are considerable, particularly with regard to the preparation of the coordinated workflow.
Today, we released the first milestone of Univention Corporate Server 4.1. Prominent features of Univention Corporate Server 4.1 will include the addition of Docker-based applications in the App Center, the implementation of SSO (Single Sign-On) authentication via SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language), as well as new package versions, such as Samba 4.3 and Linux kernel 4.1 LTS. The LDAP packages have been updated as well in this development version.
We are glad to offer another outstanding open source CRM in the Univention App Center – OroCRM from the US-based company Oro Inc. in Los Angeles.
In the upcoming weeks we will publish a step-by-step guide to the first steps with Univention Corporate Server.
In todays first film we give you an overview about the upcoming topics.
One of the most staggering experiences I had when transferring from our Professional Services team to North American management was that suddenly I got into the first line of contact with the potential customer. Suddenly the filter, which was the German Sales team, was gone and I had to handle all customer questions directly. It was a fascinating experience though, because I suddenly didn’t just have to do the work I was used to but also had to explain what our Consulting Team is usually doing and why the customer has to pay for it.
Internet service providers have some thinking to do when it comes to the topic of encryption. Does encryption help you to build your business or does its complexity drive customers away? There’s an increasing awareness that encryption is hugely important, but very few people are using it regularly because it’s too complex. Why is encryption so important, and what can we do to drive adoption?