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Cortlandt Manor, NY, October 5, 2015: OpenIAM, a provider of Open Source Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions, is collaborating with Red Hat to make its IAM suite available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) on the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Marketplace. The AMI uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

“OpenIAM is pleased to be included in the AWS Marketplace supporting our IAM stack with Red Hat Enterprise Linux,” said Arun Shah, CEO at OpenIAM. “The AWS marketplace allows customers to be up and running with OpenIAM in minutes and allows the solution to scale to support large deployments. This offering will be part of a managed service, allowing customers to focus on their business and let OpenIAM support their IAM infrastructure.”

“Red Hat is deeply committed to building a robust ecosystem of supported software for the cloud with our partners. The OpenIAM stack, based on open standards and supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux in the cloud, delivers flexibility for customers looking for a fully supportable cloud-based identity infrastructure. We are pleased to include them as part of our software partner ecosystem,” said Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Technology Partner Programs, Red Hat.

The OpenIAM solution suite offers customers the following functionality:

  • Strong Authentication and Flexible Authorization engine
  • Self Service portal for end users to manage their own profile, applications/programs request approval, and change password
  • Forgot Password management
  • Single Sign-On to cloud and on-premise applications
  • Automated Provisioning and De-provisioning
  • Access Review and Certification
  • Audit and Compliance

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