Increased attribute limit
PingOne now supports up to 200 custom string and JSON attributes in a single environment. For more information, see User Attributes.
You can now use PingOne to assign admin roles to groups as well as individual users. Assigning roles to groups allows you to manage roles for multiple users at once, apply role changes in bulk, and view group members to see users that have a particular role. For more information, see Group roles and Managing administrators.
Use API operation path parameters in policies
PingOne.API Access Management.HTTP.Request.Path Parametersattribute makes it easier to define attributes for parameters in API operation paths for use in custom policies. You can extract information from a request URL, such as the user ID, and use it in policy comparisons. For example, you can write a policy that permits access to a health record only when the user ID in the access token matches the user ID parameter in the request URL. For more information, see Adding custom policies for API services and operations.
Outbound mutual TLS (mTLS) support for webhooks
PingOne now supports outbound mTLS authentication with webhooks. You can upload or create an outbound mTLS key and specify it when configuring a webhook. The key is used as a client credential when authenticating the webhook. For more information, see Creating or editing a webhook.
Improved user experience for PingFederate connections
We’ve updated the user experience in the PingFederate connections pages in PingOne. The new user interface is clean and modern, and allows administrators to manage PingFederate connections with fewer clicks. For more information, see PingFederate.