Nexus is proud to announce the availability of Nexus PRIME 3.8.
Main new features in this release:
Data sync proxy introduced With this release, PRIME gets a new component called DataSync Proxy, to be used when connecting from PRIME as a cloud service to third party sources (for example via LDAP, JDBC, or file), that is typically hosted in the customers environment. For more information, see Access local services from Nexus PRIME in the cloud.
Nexus GO Cards integrated With this release, it is possible to connect PRIME to Nexus GO Cards to order cards as a service. This means that PRIME customers now can choose to print and encode cards with local card printers or via the Nexus GO service. For more information on how to add a task to produce cards via Nexus GO Cards, see Set up process.
PRIME goes Docker Starting with this release, PRIME will also be available as a Docker container. All PRIME applications, Explorer, Designer, Tenant, and USSP, will be provided as a separate Docker. Nexus is using Kubernetes as reference platform for Docker and will soon provide all releases in an Azure Registry.
Nexus is proud to announce the availability of Nexus PRIME 3.7.4. Click here for a release note. The release contains a number of bug fixes.
Nexus is proud to announce the availability of Nexus PRIME 3.7.2. Click here for a release note. The release contains a number of bug fixes.
Nexus is proud to announce the availability of Nexus PRIME 3.7.
With PRIME 3.7 we introduce the first standard use cases for Mobile PKI with Nexus Personal Mobile (PM). We have now the possibility to activate a new PM profile via QR-Code and also to enroll certificates to PM. Certificates can be authentication and signing certs but also encryption certificates, including key backup and key recovery. Communication with PM will be done via the PM Backend (called 'Hermod Server'). For requesting certificates, our existing standard PKI connectors (for example, to CM) will be used.
With this release, also the Batch Synchronization module is introduced.It provides an easy-to-use user interface in PRIME Designer and an automated execution and status view in PRIME Explorer.
With this release, all PRIME system certificates (for example, for field encryption, config signing or history signing) can be stored in a Hardware Security Module (HSM).