A cloud based, SaaS offering, One Identity Starling Connect extends your current investment in the identity governance capabilities to the cloud and reduces time to onboard new cloud applications. One Identity Starling Connect builds on One Identity Manager or other IAM systems to unify governance, extend access controls, ensure compliance and reduce the time it takes to provision/de-provision users.
Unify security policy information from multiple sources to mitigate security risks. Operate in a hybrid model to extend provisioning and synchronize cloud applications‘ users, groups (including group memberships) and containers based on a standardized SCIM v.2.0 schema.
Reduce the time it takes to onboard cloud target applications seamlessly into your IAM lifecycle and governance processes And eeliminate the hassle of custom coding.
Provide real-time governance reports that detail which resources are in your environment (on-premises, hybrid and cloud), who has access to them, and when and why that access was granted or terminated.
Extends identity governance to the cloud and reduce time to onboard new cloud applications
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