OneLogin partners with GS Labs and updates access management platform for on-prem apps
Identity and access management provider GS Labs has joined the OneLogin certified implementation partner ecosystem to expand the reach of its Unified Access Management (UAM) solution to global enterprises with GS Labs’ IAM technology implementation and deployment experts.
OneLogin UAM brings on-premise and cloud applications under the management of a single console with unified security policies. The two companies’ combined technologies will provide enterprises with automated user provisioning, eliminate manual on-boarding and off-boarding, and ensure improved governance and compliance, according to the announcement.
By joining OneLogin’s expanded partner program OneLogin Accelerate, GS Labs gets access to OneLogin’s SDKs, RESTful APIs, and engineering resources, while GS Labs technology like the xID Platform will accelerate OneLogin deployments.
OneLogin has also announced the launch of packaged solutions to manage access to major on-premises enterprise applications with its UAM platform as part of the company’s “Winter ’19 Release.” OneLogin customers using Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Peoplesoft and Atlassian Jira and Confluence can apply SSO, MFA, and remote VPN access for these applications through the UAM platform, and modify access privileges across all applications in real time to cut access management costs by 50 percent or more, the company says.
“Enterprises are unlikely to become 100% cloud unless they started that way. Hybrid is the reality for majority of the businesses today. What this means is that companies will struggle with the blend of on-premise and cloud app environments that require multiple identity access systems to manage their users,” notes OneLogin CPO Venkat Sathyamurthy. “OneLogin provides the ‘single pane of glass’ to manage everything. Our customers appreciate that we can improve the overall user and IT admin experience, even for the most business-critical platforms that are 20+ years old.”
Other updates to UAM in the Winter ’19 Release include support for the EAP-PEAP/MSCHAPv2 authentication protocol on the Cloud RADIUS service for enterprise WiFi authentication for products like Aruba and Meraki, the ability to leverage third-party certificates as a second factor by the certificate-based Device Trust feature, and Trusted IdP support for both service provider and identity provider-initiated flows, plus just-in-time provisioning and attribute transformations. OneLogin has also launched a New Admin Experience with new privileges models to early access.
BIO-key also launched a new SAML solution to integrate biometric authentication with cloud applications and IAM platforms this week.