Manage Globally, Act Locally: How Context Virtualization will Change the Way We Secure Identities and Integrate Data06.05.2010 11:30-12:30 Moderator:
Manage Globally, Act Locally: How Context Virtualization will Change the Way We Secure Identities and Integrate Data
Imagine all the structured data in and beyond your organization: all the identities, all the transactions, all the contextual relationships you never see because the data is buried in application silos. You know there's value in there, but there's no good way to access or understand it across applications.
Now, merely aggregating this data is not enough; to make it truly useful, you must also understand its context. In the digital world, just as in the physical world, most of our actions are determined by context. However, representing digital context in a uniform way has never been possible—until now. Join Michel Prompt, founder and CEO of Radiant Logic, to explore how virtualization of the identity and data management layer frees the digital context that's locked in your data silos , so you can:
In this session, the audience will learn how identity and context virtualization is the key to solving today's data integration challenges. Born out of the effort to virtualize directories, databases, and web services, this latest innovation introduces a secure identity and data management layer for the context-driven enterprise. Just as virtualization of the OS brought us server consolidation and the cloud, identity virtualization and digital context representation will open up a smarter, context-aware world by linking data silos across application and platform contexts.
For identity and security, learn how virtualization:
For data management, learn how virtualization:
Directory Services in the Cloud
Today there is a lot of debate about where to store, and how to access identities in a cloud based environment. Directory Services are the original identity management data store for all enterprise applications. In fact, it can be argued that Directory Services function as a private cloud for internal applications. As more companies move to the cloud, next generation Directory Services are necessary to bridge the divide between on-premise and cloud based applications.