The Benefits of Providing Your Federation or Existing WAM Solution with a Single, Integrated Source of Identity
Learn how RadiantOne FID can extend and boost the performance of your existing WAM solution (CA SSO, ISAM) or federation (Ping) solution.
Today’s large enterprises often have identity infrastructures composed of many diverse types of identity data stores, accumulated over time. These systems are brittle and hard to evolve. Yet, IT personnel are called upon frequently to accommodate change, whether it’s integrating new user populations such as business partners or newly merged constituencies from M&A, adding new customer channels, providing secure access to cloud applications, or responding to new (and increasing) demand from a remote work force that needs “outside in” access to applications behind the firewall.
In this webinar, you will learn how federating identity with RadiantOne FID organizes and adds flexibility to your existing identity infrastructure so that you can seamlessly respond to changes, today and into the future.
RadiantOne FID acts as a unique directory interface and storage between WAM/portal solutions (such as CA Single Sign-On and ISAM) or federation solutions (such as Ping) and the myriad internal identity sources (including LDAP, IBM TDS, Active Directory domains and forests, databases, API’s etc).
Learn how RadiantOne will allow you to:
- Leverage the federation pattern across the access layer (WAM/Federation) and the identity layer.
- Use virtualization to evolve without disrupting your existing identity environment. No need to modify underlying sources or extend their schemas to accommodate your WAM/portal/federation solution’s requirements – all of the heavy lifting is done seamlessly in the integration layer.
- Use a common identity hub to:
- Serve both your current classic LDAP on-premises apps and federation infrastructure.
- Enhance policy flexibility with access to more attributes for authorization.
- Speed up performance dramatically.
Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021
Speaker: Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect with Radiant Logic