OpenIAM Releases Fully Containerized Identity Governance and Web Access Management Platform
OpenIAM v4.1 provides organizations with a feature complete IAM platform which leverages modern technologies such as Docker, Kubernetes, Elasticsearch and Redis to provide a user-friendly, small footprint solution which is currently in production at mid to large enterprises globally.
Cortlandt Manor, New York: OpenIAM LLC, announces a major new release of its Identity Governance and Web Access Management (IAM) platform. This release provides customers with an IAM stack which includes user life cycle management, unified Self-Service Portal, browser-based administration tools, workflow engine, a rich library of connectors, and out-of-the-box strong authentication via One Time Password (OTP). The overall solution helps organizations reduce operational costs, improve end user efficiency, strengthen security and enable compliance with regulatory mandates such as CFAR and GDPR.
The OpenIAM Self-Service Portal provides end users with a broad range of functionality including Single Sign-On, workflow-based request approval, and Self-Service Forgot Password functionality. Out-of-the-box OTP (One Time Password) via SMS and mobile applications for iOS and Android can be configured to improve security for access into OpenIAM and sensitive applications.
Rapid configuration tools combined with a rich catalog of application connectors enables shorter implementation cycles. The connector library includes widely adopted enterprise technologies such as Microsoft’s Active Directory, Office365, Salesforce.com, SAP, Oracle EBS and many more.
Full support for containers simplifies operational tasks related to installation and patching/upgrades by reducing the effort to a series of commands which can be carried out in minutes and not hours as is often the case with IAM solutions.