Amazon API Gateway integration
Change a user’s password in Active Directory
PingOne LDAP Gateway can change passwords for users stored in an on-premises Active Directory server if a user’s password expires or the configuration settings require the user to change their password the next time they sign on. For more information, see Adding a user type.
Just-in-time group provisioning
PingOne can now provision group membership from an external source, such as an external identity provider or LDAP Gateway. Use this feature to provision users to PingOne while maintaining their group membership. You can then manage users based on their group membership, as well as their access to applications. For more information, see Just-in-time provisioning of external groups.
LDAP Gateway Docker images are now hosted on Docker Hub
docker run ... pingidentity/pingone-ldap-gateway:2.3.4
If you have implemented any automated solutions, you should update those to the new Docker Hub location as well. You can find all supported versions of the PingOne LDAP Gateway at https://hub.docker.com/r/pingidentity/pingone-ldap-gateway/tags.
For backward compatibility, supported versions of LDAP Gateway docker image will remain in the Google Cloud Artifact Registry for a limited time.
The location of the RADIUS Gateway Docker image is not changing at this time.
For more information, see Gateways.
Composite predictors - if / else if
New flow types for risk evaluations
Anonymous Network predictors - WAF providers
Support for Twilio voices
YubiKey activation when using a PingID device registration subflow