ViewDS Identity Solutions is the developer of ViewDS Directory Server and Access Sentinel Entitlement Server. ViewDS Directory Server is an X.500/LDAP directory server that provides telco-grade scalability and reliability with unparalleled performance and flexibility. Its uniquely powerful search engine helps untrained users find critical directory information quickly, and its portal module seamlessly integrates directory data into your intranet or extranet.
Built on the ViewDS Directory Server technology, Access Sentinel is an XACML-3.0 compliant entitlement management server that provides fine-grained authorization for Java and .Net applications as well as other IT services. Access Sentinel’s unique architecture improves performance, simplifies authorization policy management and makes large distributed deployments feasible.
ViewDS Identity Solutions is looking for integration and channel partners in the European and US markets. If you’re interested in more information, please visit us at booth S3.
|May 14 ‑ May 17, 2013||
European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013
With its world class list of speakers, a unique mix of best practices presentations, panel discussions, thought leadership statements and analyst views, EIC has become an absolute must-attend event for enterprise IT leaders from all over Europe.
|Aug 30, 2019||
Leadership Compass: Identity API Platforms - 79012
Identity API Platforms expose APIs to capabilities ranging from IAM to Federation and more while supporting both the agile and DevOps paradigms that address the more complex IT environments…
|Aug 21, 2018||
Executive View: ViewDS Cobalt - 70851
ViewDS Cobalt is a cloud-architected identity platform flexible enough to support on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments. With all aspects of the platform management fully accessible via…
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