cloud containerization

Automate deployment of Ping software in any cloud

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what it does

automate & simplify cloud deployment

To support DevOps and cloud initiatives, enterprises want the control and flexibility to deploy software in the private cloud of their choice. To make this automated and repeatable, IT teams use a range of cloud deployment tools like Docker, Kubernetes and others. To help you accelerate these efforts and leverage popular automation tools you’re already familiar with, Ping provides Docker images of our market-leading software.

what it does

fast track to your

private cloud

Ping has provided a toolkit to help you deploy and use our market-leading software in your private cloud. It includes getting started guides, scripts, best practices, documentation and Docker images for PingFederate, PingAccess and PingDirectory including PingDataSync. Whether your private cloud destination is Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Services, Amazon Web Services or another cloud that supports Docker images, you can now more easily deploy and manage Ping software there.

what it does

deploy software in minutes

Containerized software is extremely fast to deploy. Without containers, you have to set up each server’s individual configuration to ensure your software runs optimally, even after using other infrastructure deployment automation tools. With Docker containers, you can have Ping software deployed, configured and ready to go in minutes.



how it does it

deploy in your private cloud

All major cloud-computing providers, including Amazon, Google and Microsoft, have embraced containerization and can run Docker. That means the Docker images for all Ping products will be easy to get up and running, no matter which cloud platform you choose.

how it does it

consistent & repeatable environments

Containers maintain all runtime dependencies to ensure consistency. They give development teams confidence by providing a consistent environment to do their work from development to production. This helps facilitate DevOps workflows and cooperation across different teams because they’re all leveraging the same repeatable environment.



how it does it

autoscale to meet demand

Cloud deployments can be configured to dynamically scale up or down to meet fluctuating demand. Autoscaling allows businesses to benefit from improved availability and cost management by paying only for the cloud resources they consume. This can be very beneficial for identity use cases where user sign-ons and activity are subject to frequent demand spikes.



how it does it

configuration made easy

Docker images give you full control over container configuration and make standing up environments simple and predictable. To save you even more time, we’ve provided a configuration library to address some of the most common use cases our products solve—like syncing identities from Azure Active Directory to PingOne for Customers using a PingDataSync container. You can download our configuration library and tailor it to your unique needs.