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Access Management as a Service for your apps & APIs on premise and in the cloud
“Microsoft is passionate about working with our customers to protect their data by accelerating their adoption of Microsoft Azure AD. Datawiza’s One-Click for Microsoft Azure AD is a convenient way for companies to integrate their apps with Azure AD, and it eliminates many manual application configuration steps, which are often time-consuming, error-prone, and delay the time to value of using Azure AD.”
“It has been really exciting to work with Datawiza on a newly-built partner integration for the launch of Auth0 Marketplace. This best-in-class solution adds an integral layer to our platform that provides our customers with greater choice and flexibility. After speaking with many customers, we have identified the types of integrations that matter to them, and we are so thrilled to have the Datawiza AMaaS as a vetted and valuable vendor in Auth0 Marketplace.”
“The Microsoft Intelligent Security Association has grown into a vibrant ecosystem comprised of the most reliable and trusted security software vendors across the globe. Our members, like Datawiza, share Microsoft’s commitment to collaboration within the cybersecurity community to improve our customers’ ability to predict, detect, and respond to security threats faster.”
"The Datawiza Access Broker reduces our integration time with IdP from months down to days; no code change required, cloud-based unified access control, simple to use with a centralized management console. It is exactly what we need."
"On average, new engineers need one month to ramp up on the identity field. Datawiza’s solution cuts our training costs greatly while supporting our granular access control requirements."
"Given Datawiza’s superior capability to achieve easy integration with our current products, it’s something we would definitely love to offer as a part of our product matrix."
Complex IdP (Identity Provider) Integration
Both heavy code change and even architecture change are required when using an SDK to integrate to an IdP to achieve Single Sign On and Multi-Factor Authentication. Legacy systems and outsourced systems can be very hard to migrate.
Disparate Authorization for Applications Deployed in Hybrid Environments
Enterprises usually have disparate authorization implementations for different apps across different environments (in the cloud and on premise). It results in hard-coded policies in app configuration files, divergent rules for different apps, managing applications separately in different environments.
Lack of Granular and Context-Aware Access Control
IdP typically only allows defining which group of users can access which apps. Due to proliferation of APIs, API-level and context-aware access control is needed for meeting complex requirements of large organizations.
Zero Trust Security Enabler
Enables a Zero Trust Architecture based on fine-grained context, securing each request to apps and APIs.
Cloud-Native Identity Aware Proxy (IAP)
A distributed, lightweight, container-based Identity Aware proxy deployed close to app or API via the sidecar or standalone mode.
Unified Management Console
A unified and cloud-based management console (and Restful API) to administrate the IAP and configure access policies.
No-Code Single Sign On Integration
Fast and seamless no-code SSO integration to apps anywhere via SAML or OIDC.
Granular Access Management
Define unified access control policies based on fine-grained user attributes (groups, roles, etc) across all environments.
Secure Access for Remote Work
A scalable way to enable identity-based, granular access control for remote access.
Secure the End-User-to-Service Access
A distributed and lightweight proxy which automatically connects to IdPs (e.g., Azure ADand Okta) and enforces an inline granular and context-aware API-level access control.It’s managed by a SaaS-based cloud management console .
Reduce your SSO integration efforts from months to hours. Free up developers to focus on their core competencies.
Enforce granular, context-aware access control to reduce data breaches.
Changing networking topology, adding extra servers, editing DNS are not required.