2018-05-03 12:31:00 UTC

OpenIAM vs Ping identity

Can someone share the battle card between OpenIAM and Ping Identity in a more granular way? Please, no vendor sponsors, I need honest feedback. 

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Agree With Arnold Felderbaum's comment. Asking for the "battlecard" (not familiar with that term, but suspect you are asking about bakeoff results) is not going to help you, unless the respondant's business requirements are an exact match with your organization.

2018-05-16 13:39:47 UTC
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Agreed. What are the business requirements?

2018-05-15 17:26:26 UTC
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There is a huge difference in between SSO and IAM. Don't confuse the 2 or you will be very disappointed. PING is SSO and partners with IAM providers while OpenIAM is a Identity Management System that provides SSO capabilities within its software. Single Signon is still managed by individual applications and AD. Our comparison was Okta and PING, but same concept.

2018-05-15 15:18:56 UTC
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Suggest you get in contact with a cyber security consultant on this one....I would suggest the following Neira Jones or Colin Miles or Brian Brackenborough or Brian McGlone

2018-05-16 07:42:54 UTC
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Check out OneIdentity as another option in your analysis. https://www.oneidentity.com/ I'm not a vendor, and the company I work with does not use the IAM part, but I like it. Quest TPAM for privileged access management has been integrated to the OneIdentity suite, and is a very good tool.

2018-05-15 18:41:34 UTC
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I’m not familiar with those two products, unfortunately. Quest TPAM became One Identity, and is still the best, as far as I know.

2018-05-15 18:32:14 UTC
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