Jamf to archive NoMAD open-source projects

By the end of December 2023, multiple NoMAD projects will become read-only and will no longer be maintained.

December 21 2023 by

Kaylee Carlson

NoMAD and NoMAD Login were originally created as open-source projects to allow for organizations to unify their Mac account creation and synchronization process through integrations with an on-premises Active Directory system. NoMAD 2 was a complete rewrite of the original NoMAD application and implemented an authentication framework shared among the NoMAD projects, known as NoMAD AD Auth.

Today, Jamf Connect continues to advance these concepts of identity management on Apple platforms by providing integrations with popular cloud-based identity providers, like Microsoft Entra ID and Okta Identity Engine.

The purpose of this blog is to let you know that Jamf has made the decision to archive the following NoMAD open-source projects by the end of December 2023. The repositories for these projects on GitHub will now be read-only and no longer actively maintained:

We understand that some of you may have been actively using these projects, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Jamf will continue to focus on the development of Jamf Connect, and we assure you that this change will have no impact on any of our current Jamf Connect customers.

We encourage you to explore Jamf Connect, which offers integrations with enterprise identity providers and advanced capabilities like cloud-based account provisioning, online and offline multifactor authentication, as well as local account privilege management.

For further details and updates regarding this change, we recommend visiting our official GitHub page.

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