1Password SCIM Bridge
– released 2020-09-01
This release primarily features internal changes to improve compatibility with 1Password.com.
The IDP classifier is now less sensitive to unidentified IDPs.
Setting all groups to Provisioning Groups via the `Manage All Groups` permission works as expected.
– released 2020-07-29
This release resolves an issue where caching on SCIM setup pages causing confusion for Chrome-based browser users and where users would sometimes have a trailing space in their name when imported.
Users would sometimes have a trailing space in their name when imported.
Disabled caching on SCIM setup pages, resolving some issues primarily seen on Chrome-based browsers.
– released 2020-07-10
This release includes the ability for the SCIM bridge to identify which
Identity Provider it is connected to. This information will help us improve
provisioning capabilities in the future.
IDP Identification on the SCIM Bridge.
Upgrade base image to Debian 10.x ("Buster")
– released 2020-06-17
This release is functionally identical to the previous release, but uses an updated deployer configuration to fix a file permissions issue that arises when attempting to set up the SCIM bridge on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace.
Google Cloud Marketplace deployments can now complete setup successfully.
– released 2020-06-02
This release improves the SCIM bridge's support for pagination in user list results as well as security improvements to one-click installations.
Users are sorted by email address when startIndex and count are being requested.
One-click setup flows now use an improved method of installing the scimsession file and prevents encrypted data from being included in logs. (credit Ron Chan)
– released 2020-05-14
This release adds support for automatic lookup of supported SCIM resources per
RFC 7643 Sections 5, 6, and 7.
Service Provider Config, ResourceTypes, and Schema endpoints
Added support for Rippling as an Identity Provider
Handling of conflicting DisplayName with First and Last Name from Azure Active Directory.
Higher quality SCIM Status Page icons
Provisioning polling messages are more user friendly
Domain Restrictions now handle trailing characters correctly
– released 2020-03-18
This release introduces enforcement of a minimum TLS version of 1.2 alongside a number of stability and performance improvements.
Enforced Minimum TLS Version of 1.2
Default log expiry has been extended to 3 days
Handling of error printing in some specific user actions
Panics on PATCH operations when a user is operated on after removal.
Redis Cache connection pool could be exhausted under heavy load
– released 2020-01-14
This release allows administrators of the SCIM Bridge to view the health of the Bridge's components by visiting the SCIM status page, improves the performance of persistent logging in the case of a redis connection failure
and improves the user filtering capabilities.
Support for viewing health status of SCIM Bridge components
Filtering of users now supports filter values with and without quotations
Handling of retries and log messages produced from redis connection errors
– released 2019-12-17
This release better handles requests to create a user when a conflict exists
Handling of requests to create user when a conflict exists
– released 2019-12-05
This release includes better compatibility with the SCIM 2.0 specification, faster group patch endpoint and a SCIM Bridge health monitoring endpoint.
It also adds a fix for suspending the provision manager.
Support for OneLogin as an Identity Provider
Health monitoring service for the SCIM Bridge
Better support for SCIM 2.0 including serialization of group operations
Faster bulk group PATCH endpoint
Suspend provision manager error
– released 2019-11-14
This release fixes the issue of group updates failing for large groups
Updating a group with many members will now work as expected
– released 2019-10-16
This release brings ACMEv2 support to the SCIM bridge for future-proofed certificate issuance.
Support for ACMEv2 certificate issuance
– released 2019-09-30
This release adds internal features to aid with speed and reliability. It also adds support for troubleshooting using persistent logs
Support for persistent logging. To check the SCIM Bridge logs, go to the configured SCIM server URL (e.g. scim.example.com), paste the Bearer Token, and select the log to download.
– released 2019-07-17
This is a major release of the 1Password SCIM bridge with stability and ease of setup improvements.
Testing and integration reliability
Easy setup using the SCIM bridge web interface