Providers of identity management solutions, OneLogin, has announced the launch of new capabilities that will help enterprises with cloud-based IT and hybrid on-premise situations. As well as new LDAP and RADIUS interfaces, OneLogin has acquired Cafesoft and their web access management (WAM) software.
OneLogin’s new LDAP service enables enterprises to connect to OneLogin’s cloud directory through the LDAP protocol, expanding coverage of applications above and beyond those that currently support federation via SAML and WS-Trust.
Their new RADIUS service supports the full RADIUS protocol and highly efficient authentication, i.e. EAP-TLS. Enterprises will be able to use this capability within corporate network devices, including WiFi access points and VPNs.
Garrett Bekker, 451 Research Senior Security Analyst, said: “Cloud-focused IAM providers are under increasing pressure to deliver a unified and secure way to ensure compliance across all of an enterprise’s technology investments, both cloud and on-premise.” He added: “OneLogin’s melding of cloud and legacy and on-premise solutions can help provide greater security and compliance for the many firms that are pursuing a hybrid cloud strategy.”
In addition, OneLogin has acquired Cafesoft, providers of web access management (WAM) software that integrates easily into heterogeneous web environments. With this new technology, OneLogin will be able to offer a more comprehensive identity solution for hybrid environments, including simplified on-premise WAM, as well as a replacement for Oracle Access Manager, CA Single Sign-On and others.
Thomas Pedersen, CEO at OneLogin, said: “Our goal is to manage all identities that touch corporate data, whether it be in the cloud or behind the firewall. These new authentication interfaces combined with Cafesoft’s web access management technology allow us to reach even deeper into the enterprise and provide a new level of speed and integrity to our customers’ businesses.”