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Brokered Cloud Identity Is Scaling New Heights

Identity Hub Solutions Ease Integration Pain And Offer Flexibility

October 16, 2013

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We're moving fast into a world of loosely coupled, cloud-based data centers. Cloud infrastructure models complicate the identity and access management (IAM) landscape — and represent significant challenges for the enterprise. Single sign-on (SSO) is valuable for solving key IAM problems in achieving a cloud-ready Zero Trust posture, but many firms still find that SSO imposes too much cost and complexity. In response, models that focus integration efforts on a central identity hub or broker are gaining new currency. Read this report to learn the pros and cons of common identity federation patterns and the scenarios where identity brokers are emerging as an optimal choice.

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Table of Contents

  • Get A Handle On Identity And Access For The Sake Of Cloud Security
  • Today's SSO Scenarios Engage Different Patterns And Populations
  • Pick The Best Connection Pattern For Your SSO Scenario
  • WHAT IT MEANS

  • Identity Portability Has A Brighter Future With Brokers In The Mix
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