A single point of access for all applications: Get one view of all your users and rationalize duplicates. With RadiantOne FID, your applications have one source for the identity they need—presented in the exact format they require.
Reduced costs and shorter timelines: Updating your identity infrastructure to meet changing business requirements can be costly, time consuming, and may open you up to security risks. With RadiantOne, you get a reusable identity service that virtualizes all your existing identity information—for quick, risk-free deployments that don’t break the bank.
Big-Data Directory: RadiantOne FID is supported by a powerful storage layer called HDAP. HDAP is the world’s most elastically scalable, cluster-based directory. It is fully LDAP v3 compliant and based on big data technology that is much more scalable and fault tolerant than legacy LDAP directories. When combined with the RadiantOne virtualization layer, HDAP acts as a highly-scalable cache, delivering high-speed look-ups as well as high-volume storage.
Fast identity retrieval: RadiantOne FID can be accessed to quickly search/retrieve a unique user profile that will be used for authentication and authorization. Because users are identified against RadiantOne’s global list of identities, applications do not need to perform lengthy searches of multiple data stores and can authenticate quickly.
Massive scalability: RadiantOne FID scales to millions of users without sacrificing speed. It enables clients to access data in SQL databases and other non-directory sources at the speed of a directory and also reduces the load on backends by forwarding queries to only the relevant underlying data stores.
Persistent cache: Based on existing identity sources, RadiantOne FID creates an on-demand central directory and then caches and stores a fully indexed and complete image of it. This image is automatically updated to create an always on, always up-to-date persistent cache that greatly increases speed and reliability. The stored data is available even in the event of a failure in an underlying identity data store.
Cache for global groups: The LDAP-compliant persistent cache can be used for the storage of global groups that include members from multiple data sources being aggregated by RadiantOne. It can also store application-specific attributes for new applications so you don’t have to extend your existing AD schema.
A 360º view of each user: By bringing together all a user’s attributes, regardless of where or how they’re stored, RadiantOne FID builds a complete user profile. So it’s easy to enforce more flexible, fine-grained authorization policies without costly custom coding, and to deliver more personalized services.
Contextual search and management: RadiantOne FID extracts and aggregates the contextual relationships between identities stored across different silos. With this information, applications and businesses can create complex, context-driven views that can be consumed by authorization policy engines and/or used to build rich customer profiles to enhance user experience.
- The RadiantOne FID Brochure: Product overview of RadiantOne FID.