Hello Alexandre,

Red Hat does not strictly track Idm[1] 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
deployment.

Hope this helps,
Simo.

[1] 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
> http://alexandre.deverteuil.net/
> 


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