On 05/04/2016 09:23 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> On Tue, May 03, 2016 at 11:31:02PM +0200, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
>> On (03/05/16 15:09), 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.
>> The GNOME Infrastructure is now powered by FreeIPA!
>> October 7, 2014
>> https://www.dragonsreach.it/2014/10/07/the-gnome-infrastructure-is-now-powered-by-freeipa/
> Would it make sense to add 'success stories' like this to the
> freeipa.org home page? Of course, we can't use Red Hat IDM customers,
> but those that use freeipa on Fedora/CentOS and hopefully soon on Ubuntu
> could be added there if they would agree..

I think it would make sense. We already know at least about GNOME as Lukas
mentioned or about eBay's Hadoop clusters:


I think we should start a new "References" page on the FreeIPA.org wiki and ask
for success stories from this list. Any takers? :-)

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