Description de Foxpass
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Les systèmes LDAP (Light Directory Access Protocol) et RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) hébergés dans le cloud vous aident à garantir que les comptes des employés ont accès uniquement aux ressources dont ils ont besoin.
De plus, la gestion et l'application des clés SSH (Secure Shell) sont fournies.
Qui utilise Foxpass ?
Foxpass est destiné aux équipes informatiques, DevOps ou techniques qui utilisent également Google Apps pour les e-mails.
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Commentaires : Taking LDAP off-premise has been a significant weight off of our internal IT systems.
Ease of use and reliability. When there is an issue, the support staff responds immediately.
Wish we could have implemented it sooner.
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Best hosted RADIUS solution to integrate with your IDP
Easy integration with your IDP (okta/Google), provide an LDAP interface without an on premise AD or Servers. Team is great and willing to implement features we recommend!
No cons, it just works. Very few issues so far with us or our clients.
Cloud Radius Support
Radius server for our access points Low Cost!
Google has locked down their IMAP access for users meaning that generally one has to subscribe to their LDAP service to integrate well with Foxpass. Have to use WiFi config profiles for Mac products to set TTLS/PAP
LDAP as a Service
Commentaires : Foxpass gives us an easy way to tie LDAP aware products together under a common authorization engine.
Foxpass is quick and easy to setup within your org, easily configurable to sync with existing user stores. We've been customers practically since they launched and can't count the number of times they've failed. It take care of all the headaches of managing ldap replication, integration, etc. and securely manages it for you.
There are no real cons. It just works out of the box.
User Management and Integrations are Great
We recently rotated everyone's SSH keys. This task was easily accomplished by the fast user lookups on the Foxpass user management site as well as a a well formatted URL string that allows us to easily fill in a username in a link. Secondly, I am pleased at the reliability with the shear number of LDAPS queries we run.
I think our number one issue is just transient stability issues and latency. We sometimes have issues with our code versioning software timing out on login (which are done via LDAPS on Foxpass.)