As Unity-IdM is Open Source product, we evaluate and often implement feature requests coming from the Community.  However, time to deliver of Open Source requests vary significantly, depending on the amount of effort and our own assessment of the general added-value of a given feature.

For some of Unity-IdM users that’s not enough and for those users we offer commercial support provided by

Our partners with support contracts can request developments which get delivered on an agreed (and of course much faster) timeline. Our offering is both flexible and affordable to meet expectation of startups, SMEs and larger enterprises.


The primary place to get help and/or be informed about major updates is the Unity mailing list:

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You need to subscribe to the list in order to post. It can be done HERE.

Archives can be searched HERE

The mailing list is hosted on the SourceForge platform.



Here you can find introductory presentations to have better view of Unity. Read or download (.pdf).


HowTos provide a more in-depth information, goal focused, on Unity usage in a single area of application. HowTos are goal focused.


General introduction to Unity. Presented in Forschungszentrum Jülich on 04.07.2013.

SAML HOWTO covers integration of SAML SPs and usage of upstream SAML IdPs. It is also useful to read this material, to have a better understanding how Unity is configured.

Short introduction to Unity.

Presented on various occasions, created on 21.02.2014.

Major upgrade from 1.9 version to the 2.0 line of releases is more complex then the regular updates between minor releases. This HowTo guides through the transition process.

towards_unityTowards Unity 2.0 covers ideas and preliminary results of a first major update development.

Slides from UNICORE Summit conference, Frankfurt 23.06.2016.

Unity & UNICORE howto provides a complete guide on integrating Unity with UNICORE Grid middleware


Please go to the releases page, search for the version of your choice, and the link to the documentation can be found in the particular release article