Radiant Logic is proud to be a premier-level sponsor of Chrysalis, the first TechVision Research conference, happening November 11-14, 2019 in San Diego. The conference aims to address the most relevant, pressing challenges facing today’s digital enterprise based on an attendee-driven agenda. As the leading provider of the federated identity and directory service (FID), Radiant Logic looks forward to participating in conversations about simplifying, streamlining, and modernizing the way identity is managed in today’s Fortune 1000 enterprises.
According to Gary Rowe, CEO and Founder of TechVision Research, “The goal of the conference is to improve the state of how the industry responds to the real needs of the enterprise; this is achieved by an honest discussion about the problems, future enterprise needs and designing the right path forward. We will work hard to educate, but also to get input, discuss issues, and work through solutions that provide attendees with practical insights and advice.”
As a sponsor of this inaugural event, Radiant Logic is hosting a hospitality suite on the evening of Tuesday, November 12. In addition, Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect at Radiant Logic, will present on a panel titled “Putting the IAM Pieces Together; Standards and Integration.” This panel session describes the key standards, architectural elements, governance models and integration tools and approaches needed to extend/integrate existing services while transitioning the foundation for the future.
“Radiant Logic has always positioned ourselves at the forefront of identity management—we consider a federated identity and directory service to be part of the foundation of the modern enterprise, and the solid response to version 7.3 illustrates that the market demands this kind of innovation,” says Michel Prompt, Radiant Logic founder and CEO. “We’re pleased to be a part of this event bringing together so many luminaries in the IAM space and improving best identity practices in the digital enterprise.”
RadiantOne Version 7.3 Enables New Use Cases for Fortune 1000
Since its release in June 2019, RadiantOne version 7.3 has been adopted widely by Radiant Logic’s customers, and has fueled new use cases in the areas of access management, IGA, and customer-facing deployments. With its universal cloud identity connector (UCIC), RadiantOne version 7.3 enables major enterprises to transition to cloud-based infrastructure, while still serving legacy applications on-premises. The new release also includes major improvements to RadiantOne’s storage and refresh capabilities, further enabling it to serve the largest identity deployments in the world, plus updates for more fine-tuned administration.
“Legacy systems, hybrid environments, and messy data will be here for a long time, and must be orchestrated to move to the next generation of IAM,” says Doug Simmons, Principal Consulting Director at TechVision Research. “Leveraging your existing environment, in particular as you prepare for migration to the cloud, is imperative.”
RadiantOne 7.3 is specifically designed to help large enterprises to maintain their investments while moving their business toward a modern, cloud-forward infrastructure.
About Radiant Logic
As the market-leading provider of federated identity systems based on virtualization, Radiant Logic delivers simple, standards-based access to all identity within an organization. The RadiantOne FID federated identity and directory service enables customizable identity views built from disparate data silos—along with scalable sync and storage—to drive critical authentication, authorization, and provisioning decisions for WAM, federation, cloud, and cloud directory deployments. Many Fortune 1000 companies rely on RadiantOne FID to deliver quick ROI by reducing administrative effort, simplifying integration and storage, and building a flexible infrastructure to meet changing business demands. For more information, visit www.radiantlogic.com