We have just released Pomerium v0.20 which includes a bunch of new features, including:
Autocert now supports ACME TLS-ALPN
Our users already love that Autocert automagically generates secure, free valid certificates from LetsEncrypt for all routes and domains, but why not make it better? Now, you no longer need to open up additional ports to get TLS certificates.
Pomerium Enterprise: Custom Branding Support
Pomerium now supports custom logo, branding, and colors for enterprise users. This includes the ability to customize all error messages and prompts so your internal apps have a consistent look and feel!
Pomerium Enterprise: Self-remediation & Custom Errors
Pomerium already provides fine-grained context-based access control, and this feature provides guidance to end-users for self-remediation when they encounter closed doors. The end goal is to lessen unnecessary support tickets by giving admins the ability to customize error messages and pop-ups so end-users can have a directed user flow to follow.
Pomerium Enterprise: New Group & Directory Sync Plugins
Following up on our zero-trust enabling External Data Sources feature, we’ve moved directory sync into enterprise so all external sources of data are treated in a consistent manner. This enterprise-only feature provides IT teams a more consistent, performant, observable, and enriched directory data source to write access policy against. Your user data will no longer be limited by your identity directory’s capabilities! Open source users will still be able to source groups information as a custom claims or user_info endpoint where supported.
This release also includes other new features, general improvements, and bug fixes. A complete list can be found in the announcement post.
Big thank you to all our users, and to everyone who contributed to this release!