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Identity Bridge facilitates Intelligent Integration in a Hybrid IdM setting by enabling integration ease, ensuring effective automation of IAM capabilities and achieving cost-effective process flows.
 

What does Identity Bridge do?

Identity Bridge sets a mechanism in place to bring together Hybrid IAM Systems.
It addresses integration challenges and ensures effective automation of IAM capabilities in hybrid environments.


Role Specific Standardized Access Management
System Administration capabilities for IT department
Enforce Protocol based Access Governance
Synchronized Interaction between IAM platforms
Consistent Provisioning and Federation of Users
Monitoring & Reporting Tasks for better Controls
Supports Compliance with Comprehensive Audit Feature
Scheduled & Bulk Provisioning

 

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Organizations that have multiple trusted sources, On-Premise IAM and/or multiple
Cloud IAM, can reap tremendous benefit from Identity Bridge for detecting duplicate identities and reduces manual intervention.

 

Business Benefits and Cost Implications


In the context of IAM, the challenge for businesses is to minimize costly and time-consuming processes, manual process and ensure smooth user experience. Identity bridge enables real time interaction between On-Premise and Cloud IdM Platforms, strengthening existing IT Processes.

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Product Purpose for Technical Understanding


In an attempt to create a robust system, many layers of complexity get added which involves, huge dependence in AD and AD Bridges duplicity along with manual intervention to let the system run in an automated fashion. Identity Bridge drastically brings down these integration challenges in a Hybrid IdM.

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Why an integrated IdM system is the best way forward to optimize hybrid environment? Organizations are seen to be shifting towards a hybrid environment, focusing on retrieving data both from on-premises and the cloud. In such a scenario, an integrated IdM system, such as Identity Bridge, seems to be the best way forward for optimizing the existing on-premise infrastructure, as well as deriving the maximum benefit out of investments into cloud technology. Here’s why: Seamless integration of data, processes and apps: With the use of a hybrid integration solution, any enterprise can easily integrate apps, processes and data in a seamless manner to enable creating a connected environment, filling the gap areas with regards to network divide. This will further help in undertaking tasks related to identity and access management (IAM) in real-time as well. Unification of identities: In a typical IdM system, it has often been seen that unification of identities become a challenge, especially from multiple target sources like Active Directories. This results into creation of duplicate identities. With integration system, like Identity Bridge, a podium is being created to resolve this challenge and ensure that interaction between multiple IAM systems are being undertaken in an automated manner. Optimal utilization of on-premises legacy apps: An integrated IdM system also offers to integrate and leverage the data present in on-premises legacy apps, enabling organization to create an integrated IT strategy using the best of both the worlds – on-premises and cloud services. Secure data gateway: One of the biggest advantages of implementing an integrated IdM system is to create a secure data gateway, which would enable interaction between on-premises apps and cloud-based apps in a protected environment. Integrated identity management systems such as Avancer’s Identity Bridge focuses on implementing various identity management concepts such as password policies, Active Director integration, user roles etc. in a seamless manner between on-premise and cloud IAM setup on a real-time basis. Hosted on AWS Cloud, such an IdM system helps in creating secure communication, data encryption and advantage regarding selection of server location. With the use of an integrated IdM system, hybrid organizations are now finally being able to connect various applications, whether on on-premises or in the cloud, in an integrated and seamless manner, that too, without compromising on the security aspects.