Red Hat Single Sign On Room for Improvement

Sunil Mathias
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Red Hat is creating a SaaS/cloud solution with their own authorization. They are looking to support it with adapters, but I am not sure how well this product will integrate with other Windows products. They could provide more checks and balances to find out if there have been any security lapses, e.g., if somebody is trying to break into the system. Some other products have these detection mechanisms in case someone is trying to hack into the system or find out a user's passwords. I would like them to add audit reports. Other cloud-based solutions have good audit functionalities, such as: * How many times a user has attempted to log in? * How many times there have been failed logins? * What is the general usage? * How long a particular user remains active during a day or once they are logged in? These are good audit features to have in an enterprise setup in case of security breaches. This particular feature needs to be added or extended in the current product. View full review »
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