BOULDER, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Strata Identity, the distributed, multi-cloud identity orchestration company, today announced it will host a free webinar featuring supermarket giant Kroger and Microsoft entitled Frozen Peas, Identity Management & the Path to Modernization on October 7th.
Rob Lenhof - Corporate Information Security Technology Manager, Kroger
Stefan van der Wiele - Senior Program Manager, Azure Active Directory at Microsoft
Moderator: Mark Callahan, Senior Director - Product Marketing, Strata Identity
WHAT: Moving food and other essentials from factory to table involves many steps and moving parts. And each step requires people and applications to get the job done, all of which rely on identity and access management to provide security and eliminate friction. When Kroger decided to move to the cloud they were forced to modernize their legacy identity systems, which would have required them to re-code hundreds of their applications. Given the time, costs and business disruption impacts, this wasn't an option. In this session Rob Lenhof and Stefan van der Wiele will explain how Kroger migrated its applications to Microsoft Azure AD without re-writing them, while enabling incompatible legacy and cloud identity systems to interoperate. Attendees will learn:
- How to reduce the complexity associated with modernizing identity when moving the cloud
- The pitfalls to avoid and planning steps needed to ensure a smooth migration of applications and identities
- Best practices that will eliminate much of the time, cost, resources and risk of cloud migrations
WHEN: October 7, 2021 at 11 AM EDT
WHERE: This webinar is accessible online with confirmed registration.
Strata is pioneering the concept of identity orchestration for distributed, multi-cloud identity. The Maverics Platform enables enterprises to seamlessly unify on-premises and cloud-based authentication and access systems for consistent identity management in multi-cloud environments. Strata’s distributed approach to identity enables organizations to break decades-old vendor lock-in, preventing a broader transition of enterprise workloads to the public cloud. The company’s founders co-authored the SAML open standard for identity interoperability, created the first cloud identity services, delivered the first open-source identity products, and are now building the first distributed identity platform. For more information, visit us on the Web and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.