Today, Ping Identity announces general availability of PingOne for Customers, its IDaaS platform for developers building customer-facing applications and admins looking to increase protection of their customer identities. PingOne for Customers is designed to help application teams leverage identity APIs to reduce development times for critical business projects. It provides a high level of security for identities and customer data for companies that are ready to move off of their existing infrastructures.
PingOne for Customers as a platform delivers key capabilities with identity management APIs for users and passwords, authentication customization and flows, and developer roles to enable self-service and a dedicated developer portal. The platform also enables:
Tenant-in-tenant Architecture: Create multiple development, staging and production environments for apps to support DevOps, agile development and delegated administration.
IDaaS to On-premises: Connect with existing on-premises infrastructure to provide access management, single sign-on, and data synchronization across hybrid IT environments.
With this current release, Ping is adding significant functionality to the platform to expand use cases for application teams to leverage an IDaaS, as well as integrate with their existing environment.
SAML Single Sign-on (SSO) to Applications Enable single sign-on to your SAML-based applications to PingOne for Customers to leverage dynamic authentication policies and protect access to the application and resources.
Registration with Verification Leverage an integrated registration experience that is incorporated with PingOne sign-on policies. Any time a user is registered, an account verification flow is triggered to protect your application from bogus accounts.
Account Recovery Reduce support calls and emails by adding user self-service to your authentication experience. If a user forgets their password, you can securely allow them to recover their account with a trusted method.
Splunk Integration With an event-driven architecture, PingOne generates verbose information about what your customers and admins are doing. Connect this event data back to your analytics tools for incident analysis, audit compliance requests and trend analysis.
Looking ahead, you can expect improvements in how you migrate or synchronize identities to PingOne, utilize custom attributes in more services and enable strong authentication for 2F flows. Stay tuned for the next announcement and in the meantime, you’re invited to try PingOne for Customers for yourself and share your feedback.