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Service Layers

Identity and access management as a managed service
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What is Service Layers?

It is a scalable Managed Service for Identity and Access Management - A 100% automated IAM solution that lets you completely map your own requirements and quickly make them available as Identity as a Service.
Service Layers is a tool in the Cloud Access Management category of a tech stack.

Service Layers's Features

  • Ready to go
  • IAM available worldwide
  • Best-of-breed foundation
  • Realize new business models
  • Cloud-based and flexible
  • Tailor-made for developers

Service Layers Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Service Layers?
AWS IAM
It enables you to manage access to AWS services and resources securely. Using IAM, you can create and manage AWS users and groups, and use permissions to allow and deny their access to AWS resources.
Teleport
Teleport makes it easy for users to securely access infrastructure and meet the toughest compliance requirements.
AWS Service Catalog
AWS Service Catalog allows IT administrators to create, manage, and distribute catalogs of approved products to end users, who can then access the products they need in a personalized portal. Administrators can control which users have access to each application or AWS resource to enforce compliance with organizational business policies. AWS Service Catalog allows your organization to benefit from increased agility and reduced costs because end users can find and launch only the products they need from a catalog that you control.
HashiCorp Boundary
Simple and secure remote access — to any system anywhere based on trusted identity. It enables practitioners and operators to securely access dynamic hosts and services with fine-grained authorization without requiring direct network access.
SailPoint
It provides enterprise identity governance solutions with on-premises and cloud-based identity management software for the most complex challenges.
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