Federation + A Federated Identity Service = Flexible & Extensible SSO
Is extending SSO to new populations more complicated than it needs to be? You’ve invested in cutting-edge tools to federate your SAML security, but adding new constituencies takes forever, with deployment mired in custom coding and open billing. The last mile of a federation deployment is about more than just your security layer—it means diving into the sea of heterogeneous, distributed identities and attributes that make up today’s identity infrastructures. If your portal or federation isn’t supported by a unified, logically organized identity infrastructure, you don’t have the foundation you need to open your enterprise to web and cloud-based applications. You need to go the last mile of identity integration, turning your disparate identities into a single point of access that serves as a complete identity provider for your applications. Our new white paper shows you how a federated identity service powers your most critical identity initiatives, including SSO, federation/web access management, and integration with cloud applications.
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- 22 Nov 2013Identity at the Center: Why You Need a Federated Identity Hub
- 08 Nov 2013The Hidden Requirement for Federation: Syncing and Provisioning to the Cloud
- 23 Oct 2013From Virtual Directory to Federated Identity: Bringing Identity Back to The Center of IAM