What is IBM Secure Gateway?
It provides a quick, easy, and secure solution to connect anything to anything. The solution provides a persistent connection between on-premises or third-party cloud environments and the IBM Cloud®.
IBM Secure Gateway is a tool in the User Management and Authentication category of a tech stack.
Who uses IBM Secure Gateway?
IBM Secure Gateway Integrations
IBM Secure Gateway's Features
- Quickly set up gateways to connect your environments, manage the mapping between your local and remote destinations, and monitor all of your traffic
- All communication with Secure Gateway is easily configurable to provide TLS encryption and mutual authentication
- Resource monitoring
- Access control list
- Load balancing and high availability
IBM Secure Gateway Alternatives & Comparisons
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