OneLogin™ Discount

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Have you been searching the web high and low for a OneLogin™ discount? If you’re an IT admin, you may have submitted at least a few Google™ searches on this topic in an effort to increase or maintain your cost effectiveness. In this search, while cost savings may represent the bulk of your inquiry, there is no doubt you’re hunting for specific identity management solutions that can assist your users in streamlining their identity and access management workflow.

Searching for Solutions

Magnifying Glass With EyeballIt makes a great deal of sense that sysadmins are combing the web for these discounts as the IT landscape has changed dramatically to include cloud infrastructure, web applications, mobile users and technology, and more. These additions work together to create a very different identity management scenario, one in which legacy identity providers suddenly need help federating user identities to cloud-based resources. Some of this help came in the form of web application SSO providers

Enter OneLogin and SSO

SSO Single Sign OnOne of the key players in this web application SSO marketplace is OneLogin. For the most part, web application single sign-on providers (or first generation Identity-as-a-Service platforms) like OneLogin are layered on top of the legacy on-prem identity provider (IdP) Microsoft® Active Directory® (MAD or AD). Web application SSO solutions are the layer that takes identities stored within AD’s domain controller and extends them to web-based applications. This approach makes a great deal of sense for organizations that are homogeneous, Windows®-only environments leveraging a few web apps. But, web-based applications weren’t the only new IT resource to throw a wrench into Active Directory’s effectiveness. Mac® and Linux® systems are now more popular than ever, remote server usage has grown, and new alternatives to file storage have entered the market.

The Challenge

BombWith the inclusion of all these new resources and technologies into IT environments, each represent an additional layer on top of AD. So, IT organizations end up building up an entire identity management infrastructure with the identity provider, web app SSO (e.g. OneLogin), identity bridges (for Mac and Linux systems), privileged identity (Read more...)

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