What is strongDM?
strongDM let's you use any SSO to manage access to everything. strongDM delivers total visibility into every query, ssh command & RDP session without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. You get evidence. We take care of the complexity.
strongDM is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses strongDM?
4 companies reportedly use strongDM in their tech stacks, including SoFi, Troops, and Truveris.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use strongDM.
MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Ubuntu, and Redis are some of the popular tools that integrate with strongDM. Here's a list of all 24 tools that integrate with strongDM.
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- Integrate with any SSO or ADFS
- Role-based permissions
- Unified view of everyone’s access
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