NOVATO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Radiant Logic, the leading provider of federated identity solutions based on virtualization, today announced that it achieved 40 percent license and revenue growth over the previous year. These results confirm Radiant Logic’s effectiveness in helping Fortune 1000 enterprises and large organizations to develop more integrated and secure identity infrastructures to support their heavy investments in web access management, federation, and the cloud. RadiantOne Federated Identity Service federates identity across diverse, distributed identity stores, offering companies a common global identity that supports a diverse array of projects, from onboarding new applications to adding new user bases to integrating processes resulting from acquisitions.
“These days, as large-scale enterprises work to federate access to cloud applications and extend their security to high-value external audiences, they’re also dealing with fragmented identity infrastructures,” said Dieter Schuller, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Radiant Logic. “Our 2016 growth speaks to the growing recognition of the value of creating a unified global identity out of diverse, distributed data silos, with a global list of users where every user is represented once and global profiles containing all available attributes from SQL, LDAP, Active Directory, and Web Services/REST/JSON. Federating identity using RadiantOne’s advanced virtualization is not just a one-off solution—instead, it’s a strategic infrastructure to deliver key targets in Identity and Access Management. One typical example is M&A, where the ability to integrate identity across two organizations quickly and easily, delivers a secure solution for applications and processes sharing.”
An Integrated Identity is Increasingly Essential for Cloud Access
Radiant Logic’s growth indicates a growing awareness of the importance of federating and integrating identity data at the center of every company’s security infrastructure. Just as federating access has changed the way companies secure their cloud-based applications, federating identity data from across heterogeneous data silos is streamlining deployments for enterprises across the globe, saving time and money as it extends existing IAM investments. RadiantOne provides a single common, flexible, and reusable identity, making it easier for large customers to integrate their diverse identity infrastructures through advanced virtualization, correlation, and synchronization.
Radiant Logic customers—as well as partners, such as Ernst & Young, CyberArk, and Gigya—also see the need for a common federated “identity data service” based on virtualization.
“Our customers rely on RadiantOne for successful emerging and legacy IAM deployments—and an integrated identity based on virtualization is central to their efforts. RadiantOne’s federated architecture reduces the need for unsustainable customizations, while ensuring an integrated ecosystem and maximum agility, whether companies are migrating or refreshing technology, managing mergers and acquisitions, or moving to managed services,” said Michel Prompt, Radiant Logic’s co-founder and CEO. “Many of our largest customers have begun using RadiantOne to provision and sync their entire identity infrastructure to either Azure AD or to an AD or LDAP instance on Amazon Web Services, with several planning a move to hosting their identity entirely on these cloud directories. The team at Radiant Logic will be with them every step of the way.”
See RadiantOne in Action at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, February 13-17, 2017
Be sure to stop by the Radiant booth #2044 in the South Hall of the Moscone Center to discuss identity goals and challenges and get a demo of the RadiantOne platform. Radiant’s engineers will illustrate how RadiantOne Federated Identity Service saves time, adds agility, and future-proofs identity and access infrastructures in an increasingly cloudy and device-driven world.
About Radiant Logic
As the market-leading provider of federated identity systems based on virtualization, Radiant Logic delivers simple, logical, and standards-based access to all identity within an organization. The RadiantOne federated identity service enables customizable identity views built from disparate data silos, driving critical authentication and authorization decisions for WAM, federation, and cloud deployments. Fortune 1000 companies, including General Electric, McDonald’s, Wells Fargo, Monsanto, Deere & Co., and Intel, rely on RadiantOne to deliver quick ROI by reducing administrative effort, simplifying integration, and building a flexible infrastructure to meet changing business demands. For more information, visit www.radiantlogic.com.