CA SSO Review

It connects us to our vendors, agencies, and our service providers that are within our group of subsidiaries. We'd like to see a new feature to support an openID connection portal.


Valuable Features:

The most valuable feature for us is the configuration feature. It permits us to connect our company to the offices of our subsidiaries. So, when we buy a company we can connect their IT infrastructure to ours.

Improvements to My Organization:

It connects us to our vendors, agencies, and our service providers that are within our group of subsidiaries. If we didn't use it or if we lost service for even two hours, we'd lose 20 million euros.

Room for Improvement:

We'd like to see a new feature to support an openID connection portal. We'd also like for CA to be faster at shipping out new technical environments, such as OSs. They should do an operating system like RHEL, where Red Hat is on top the newest version of Linux. Today, they're slow to support new technology.

Stability Issues:

It's stable.

Scalability Issues:

There have been no issues. The scale is very important for us because we are doing some new applications.

Initial Setup:

It's not user friendly, but it's very customizable. It's important to have customized developments integrated with CA SSO.

Other Advice:

It's expensive. If you're small, it wouldn't be as good a fit, but if you are a big company, then it's a better choice.

Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
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