The Role of Virtual Directory and Synchronization Services in Large-Scale Identity Deployments
Virtual Directory, Cache, and Synchronization Provide a Full-Spectrum Solution
No matter the identity initiative you’re starting—extending SSO for your portal, enabling or improving authorization policies, or deploying a new cloud app—all signs point to the ballooning size and complexity of the average deployment. However, with critical information siloed in diverse identity stores, directories, and databases, what you know about a user is scattered across disparate sources, protocols, and identity representations—with no easy way to put it all together.
Managing identities in this environment requires a solution that is flexible, scalable, and comprehensive. In his March 2012 report, Gartner analyst Kevin Kampman explores the roles of virtual directories, caching, and synchronization in managing large, customer-facing identity deployments. Learn how our RadiantOne federated identity service combines a spectrum of functionalities in one solution, letting you mix and match capabilities to meet the unique requirements of many use cases.
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