Are You Still Managing Your Own Ping Software Infrastructure?
Are you running instances of Ping’s software (e.g., PingFederate, PingAccess, PingDirectory, or PingCentral) in on-premises data centers? Are you running it in your public cloud environments (e.g., AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc.)?
If you said “yes,” to one or both of those questions, who do you have managing that infrastructure? If it’s someone in-house on your team, we have a recommendation: you should get out of the business of managing your identity infrastructure. That type of work is essential, but it’s not unique to your business, so it’s a perfect candidate for handing over to a partner you already trust, like Ping Identity.
It’s time to shift your Ping software to Ping’s cloud. Many enterprises that are long-time users of Ping’s software are upgrading to Ping’s cloud, leveraging PingOne Advanced Services. Whether you want to accelerate your digital transformation efforts, enhance the security and resiliency capabilities of your identity services, or decrease your total cost of ownership, you’ve come to the right place to learn about shifting your Ping software to Ping’s cloud.