A business can’t expect to have all their cloud needs satisfied by a single provider. There’s valid business reasons to diversify too, for example preventing lock-in or taking advantage of native services. But with a lack of an identity and access management standard among providers, diversification has its disadvantages.
IT departments are forced to spend time writing customized code to get their in-house identity and access management system to interface with the cloud. In some cases, the corporate Identity Provider is in the back office, unable to move to the cloud.
ScaleFT understands this pain point. The platform integrates with your Identity Provider system of record natively, whether in that back office or somewhere in the cloud. Logic is decoupled from the Identity Provider, and authentication and authorization occurs within the ScaleFT cloud. Better yet, our platform integrates with any cloud environment natively so that your developers aren’t spending time writing custom IAM policies for each cloud platform.
ScaleFT protects resources across any cloud environment, and integrates with the underlying platforms natively so you don’t have to make any changes to your access policies.
You can use ScaleFT with any Identity Provider, in the cloud or on-premises. By decoupling the access logic from the system of record, you can be more cloud native and avoid lock-in.
With a single access policy framework that is simple to understand, you can manage access to cloud resources across different environment in a consistent and clear manner.