OneLogin has announced OneLogin Access now allows companies of any size to manage access for on-premise and cloud-based applications with a single Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) solution.
This cross-environment capability is the start of an entirely new access management category — Unified Access Management — a $20B market growing at 15% year over year.
“Never has it been more critical — or more complex — to securely manage access across the explosion of distributed applications, data, and intelligence,” said OneLogin CEO Brad Brooks. “Our Unified Access Management Platform featuring OneLogin Access is purpose-built for hybrid customer environments. Historically, a customer’s only option was building a cumbersome, multi-vendor, prohibitively expensive solution. That all changes today.”
According to Gartner Research, by 2020 a typical small enterprise’s Identity and Access Management program will span 1 million people, 10 million things and billions of relationships, driving significant simplification of its approach to IAM. These people, things and relationships span internal and external individuals, applications and networks, all of which require secured access.
•In a January 2018 McKinsey & Company survey, 60 percent of interviewees anticipate that their enterprises will rely on a third-party access service that supports multiple public-cloud environments and unifies access controls across on-premise and public-cloud resources.
•According to new February 2018 research conducted by Arlington Research on behalf of OneLogin, an astounding ninety-eight percent of IT decision makers have interest in a cloud-delivered solution that unifies Access Management for both on-premise and SaaS apps (with 39% expressing an extreme level of interest and 46% responding as “very interested”).
OneLogin Access is the newest addition to OneLogin’s unified platform. It is a modern Web Access Management solution, enabling customers to manage access for traditional on-premise applications such as Oracle and SAP by using a “single pane” management console that also manages access for cloud applications, with two unique benefits. First, it features a modern architecture using elastic cloud-managed gateways and agents, with a Docker-based deployment model. Second, OneLogin Access features modern identity integrations using standard protocols like SAML, such that legacy applications can easily be secured with a variety of authentication factors, strengthened with adaptive authentication, and monitored with out-of-the-box security information and event management (SIEM). These benefits make OneLogin Access particularly appealing to DevOps Managers and IT Managers looking to replace their aging web access management solutions.
With OneLogin Access, companies now can modify access privileges across all applications in real time vs. days or weeks, and slash access management costs. This platform unifies access management not only for applications, but also for networks and devices, using SaaS infrastructure to synchronise all corporate users and user directories.
“The unification of OneLogin for SaaS apps and for our on-premise applications simplifies and secures access for our employees, scales our growth globally, and streamlines our ability to support business critical operations for our global customers,” said Mustafa Ebadi, Senior Vice President of Customer Experience and IT, SOTI.
“Our enterprise customers and prospects alike have been searching for a way to unify access for cloud and on-premise applications for years,” said Sheetal Mehta, Vice President and Global Head, Cybersecurity & Risk Services, Wipro Limited. “The OneLogin Access product and the broader category of Unified Access Management are clear indicators of where the access market is moving. We’re pleased to be OneLogin’s strategic go-to-market partner for this critical next era of access management.”
“It’s becoming clear for many organisations that hybrid IT is more than a temporary transitional phase, it’s actually an end state,” said Garrett Bekker, Principal Security Analyst, 451 Research. “To manage this hybrid reality, IT professionals must seek solutions to manage application access across both legacy on-prem and cloud environments to be truly effective.”
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