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Hitachi ID Login Manager Back-end Compatibility

Hitachi ID Login Manager depends on password synchronization and applications that back-end their authentication process against an existing directory, such as Active Directory or another LDAP server. This architecture eliminates the need for Login Manager to store individual user passwords to applications.

Hitachi ID Password Manager comes with built-in connectors for most common systems and applications, as illustrated below. All connectors are included in the base price.

(1)

Directories:

Servers:

Databases:

Any LDAP, AD, NDS, eDirectory, NIS/NIS+.

Windows 2000--2012, Samba, NDS, SharePoint.

Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server, DB2/UDB, ODBC, Informix.

Unix:

Mainframes:

Midrange:

Linux, Solaris, AIX, HPUX, 24 more variants.

z/OS with RAC/F, ACF/2 or TopSecret.

iSeries (OS400), OpenVMS.

ERP:

Collaboration:

Tokens, Smart Cards:

JDE, Oracle eBiz, PeopleSoft, SAP R/3, SAP ECC 6, Siebel, Business Objects.

Lotus Notes, Exchange, GroupWise, BlackBerry ES.

RSA SecurID, SafeWord, RADIUS, ActivIdentity, Schlumberger.

WebSSO:

Help Desk:

HDD Encryption:

CA Siteminder, IBM TAM, Oracle AM, RSA Access Manager.

BMC Remedy, BMC SDE, ServiceNow, HP Service Manager, CA Unicenter, Assyst, HEAT, Altiris, Clarify, Track-It!, RSA Envision, MS SCS Manager.

McAfee, CheckPoint, BitLocker, PGP.

SaaS:

Miscellaneous:

Extensible:

Salesforce.com, WebEx, Google Apps, MS Office 365, SOAP (generic).

OLAP, Hyperion, iLearn, Caché, Success Factors, VMware vSphere. Cisco IOS, Juniper JUNOS, F5, iLO cards, DRAC cards, RSA cards, etc.

SSH, Telnet, TN3270, HTTP(S), SQL, LDAP, command-line.

 

(2)Password Manager includes a number of flexible connectors, each of which is used to script integration with a common protocol or mechanism. These connectors allow organizations to quickly and inexpensively integrate Password Manager with custom and vertical market applications. The ability to quickly and inexpensively add integrations increases the value of the Password Manager system as a whole.

There are flexible connectors to script interaction with:

API binding:

Terminal emulation:

Web services:

Back end integration:

Command-line:

  • C, C++
  • Java, J2EE
  • .NET
  • COM, ActiveX
  • MQ Series

  • SSH
  • Telnet
  • TN3270, TN5250
  • Simulated browser

  • SOAP
  • WebRPC
  • Pure HTTP(S)

  • SQL Injection
  • LDAP attributes

  • Windows
  • Power Shell
  • Unix/Linux

 

Organizations that wish to write a completely new connector to integrate with a custom or vertical market application may do so using whatever development environment they prefer (J2EE, .NET, Perl, etc.) and invoke it as either a command-line program or web service.

If Hitachi ID Systems customer develops their own integrations, an effort of between four hours and four days is typical. Alternately, Hitachi ID Systems offers fixed-cost custom integrations for a nominal fee.