- TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 TIME: 14:30-15:30 LOCATION: ALPSEE
In an industry where the majority of transactions from shipping quotes to customs papers to payments is largely legacy and manual, we'll take a closer look at how long of a supply chain there is for Identity. Explore challenges in a largely legacy industry when striving for digitalisation, unveil opportunities for the industry and beyond and take a peek into the future in a world where decentralised identity is adopted and what this would mean for global trade.
Successfully running a centralized Identity and Access Management system in a large enterprise isn’t easy. But how about migrating from a long existing and grown IAM tool into a new consolidated one? In a traditional IT environment? In an agile project? We tackled the challenge and offer an insight into our findings and successful outcome. In particular, we focus on some architectural pitfalls when moving from an existing system to a completely new, consolidated enterprise IAM. Finally we will talk about the challenges when using an agile approach in IAM and migration projects.
Aside from entirely new deployments of IAM solutions, we observe a growing number of organizations renovating and modernizing their IAM infrastructures. This leads to a series of questions in such programs and projects. One is if to better go for best-of-breed solutions or a suite. Martin Kuppinger will provide his answers on this questions and the criteria for making the right decision for either best-of-breed, a suite, or a strong primary tools provider together with some best-of-breed solutions. As part of this session, he will also provide insight into the current state of the market.
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- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 15 - 18, 2018 Munich, Germany