IDaaS: Identity-as-a-Service

Simplifying Identity Management in the Cloud

The Identity Challenge

There are more identities to manage than ever before, including not only employees, but contractors, partners, and even customers. At the same time, employees are driving an expanding portfolio of cloud applications, challenging the capabilities of legacy identity solutions.

To further complicate matters, many organizations are midway through the process of digital transformation, partially invested in a growing number of cloud-based tools while remaining dependent on legacy systems for many workflows.

Legacy Identity and Access Management systems are complex, costly, incapable of keeping pace with the growth in SaaS deployments, and do not scale with the ease of cloud-based Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) solutions. To address these challenges, IT and Security leaders are turning to Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) offerings.

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The Identity-as-a-Service Solution

ThereToday’s Information Technology and Security leaders face an emerging imperative: to modernize and simplify Identity and Access Management (IAM) and drive organizational success by enabling easy and secure access to business-critical technology for employees.

OneLogin simplifies Identity and Access Management for a more efficient and secure enterprise by delivering a cloud-based Identity-as-a-Service solution, trusted by thousands of customers.

Through an extensive app catalog consisting of over 6,000 pre-integrated applications, moving to a true Identity-as-a-Service Solution is incredibly efficient. Additionally, OneLogin addresses the unique needs of modern organizations with hybrid environments, enabling unified identity management for both cloud-based and legacy, on-premises-based apps.

In addition to increasing IT administrator and end-user efficiencies through Identity-as-a-Service functionality, OneLogin secures access to apps with Adaptive Authentication through dynamic machine-learning and risk calculation. Implementation of the identity management solution can be achieved in hours, not days, delivering a fully featured administrative and self-service portal.

Unified Directory

OneLogin’s Cloud Directory integrates with a range of directories including Active Directory, LDAP, and Google G Suite, to synchronize user stores and provide a single source of truth. This means simple identity management and accelerated user provisioning and deprovisioning.


Single Sign-On (SSO)

OneLogin gives users single portal access to all their web apps in the cloud and behind the firewall with only one secure password to remember OneLogin’s policy driven security and Adaptive Authentication ensure only authorized users have access to sensitive information.


App Catalog

OneLogin maintains a catalog of more than 6,000 pre-integrated applications, making it easy to enable single sign-on for your enterprise apps. OneLogin adds new apps daily and provides access through a combination of SAML, OpenID Connect, and form-based authentication.



With OneLogin, IT professionals grant users access to applications efficiently, through role-based access control as well as API-based integrations with applications to streamline the onboarding process. Through real-time user synchronization with Active Directory, OneLogin enables an instant kill switch for departed employees.


Adaptive Authentication

OneLogin leverages machine learning to make dynamic risk assessments to detect high-risk logins and trigger additional multi-factor authentication (MFA). Conversely, OneLogin learns typical behavior patterns so as to avoid constantly requiring second factor authentication when risk is low.


Mobile Identity

OneLogin’s mobile identity management makes enterprise apps accessible with a simple click (or tap) on all devices, including smartphones or tablets.


The tight integration of OneLogin's cloud directory for SaaS apps and OneLogin WAM for our on-premise applications makes accessing the tools our employees need easier...while securing all of our apps with multi-factor authentication.

Scott Underhill | IT Manager, SOTI

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