Red Hat does not strictly track Idm usage across the customer base so
we do not have complete stats, but we can say we have thousands of
deployments, which range from 1 to more than 20 servers and from a few
dozen to tens of thousands of clients attached to those servers, per
Hope this helps,
 Red Hat Identity Management is the product name use to distribute
FreeIPA to RHEL customers.
On Tue, 2016-05-03 at 15:09 -0400, Alexandre de Verteuil wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've deployed FreeIPA in my home lab and I'm happy to have single
> sign-on for all my Archlinux virtual machines and Fedora laptops :)
> It took me lots of research and conversations before hearing about
> FreeIPA for the first time while searching for a libre SSO solution. I
> think FreeIPA needs much more exposure. I am really impressed with it.
> Tomorrow I am giving a short presentation at my workplace to talk about
> it and invite other sysadmins to try it.
> I would like to make a slide showing the current adoption of FreeIPA. I
> read that Red Hat uses it internally, but do they actually deploy it in
> their client's infrastructures? Are there any big companies that use it?
> Even if I only have reports of schools and small businesses would be
> good enough to say it's production ready and it has traction.
> Whether you are reporting about your own use or you know where I can
> find out more would be greatly appreciated! I have not found a "Who uses
> FreeIPA" page on the Internet.
> Best regards,
> Alexandre de Verteuil <alexan...@deverteuil.net>
> public key ID : 0xDD237C00
Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York
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