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UnboundID Data Store for Identity Management Now Available Online With Free Trial Evaluation Kit
UnboundID, a market leader in customer and workforce identity management, today announced the availability of its UnboundID Data Store for free trial download from the web site. The UnboundID Data Store provides organizations with a secure, high performance data management solution to store and manage sensitive identity and profile data. The free trial availability of UnboundID Data Store includes a comprehensive, self-service product evaluation kit that allows Identity and Access Management (IAM) professionals to assess the benefits of replacing their legacy LDAP directory servers with a modernized solution that provides significant cost, performance, scale and security advantages.

The UnboundID Data Store evaluation kit includes more than 20 video tutorials, a sample application and technical support via email. There is no time limit for the evaluation period, and the software can be downloaded directly to the user or accessed in the Amazon public cloud. In addition, UnboundID is announcing a new Legacy Directory Server Migration Workshop to jointly develop a migration plan with clients so that they can accelerate the benefits of a modernized directory server solution.

"Enterprises have been shackled to legacy directory server products for too long and are paying a steep price. That includes disruptive outages, performance problems, onerous support and operating costs, as well as products that lack the capabilities necessary to support new digital business initiatives," said Steve Shoaff, CEO of UnboundID. "We're offering this evaluation program for free and without time constraints in response to demand from IAM professionals who need modernization options for outdated LDAP directory servers from Oracle, Novell and others. We're confident they'll be as thrilled with our UnboundID Data Store as our current customer base, which has a 100% renewal rate."

The UnboundID Data Store is a component of the broader UnboundID Platform that enables enterprises to modernize their legacy Identity and Access Management systems for both workforce and customer identity management. The UnboundID Data Store provides enterprises with the ability to securely store and deliver identity data, authentication credentials and comprehensive unified profiles consisting of both structured and unstructured data.

Widely recognized for its unmatched performance, scale and security, UnboundID Data Store customers currently manage more than 1.6 billion identities and include some of the largest global companies in telecommunications, financial services, retail, high tech and healthcare. In addition to operating performance and security benefits, UnboundID customers also report a total cost of ownership savings between 25 to 90 percent relative to legacy directory servers.

To help organizations evaluate their potential savings and migration options, a Directory Server Migration Workshop is available from UnboundID. Workshops include a current-environment assessment, modernized directory server implementation architecture, migrations plans and projected benefits.

"When clients start reaping the benefits of lower operating costs and performance improvements associated with our Data Store, they wish they had made the switch sooner," said Rids Amin, VP of Customer Success, UnboundID. "Often, clients are not aware of our automation tools and best practices that allow a legacy directory server to migrate to a new solution without service disruptions. In our workshops, we share these best practices and incorporate them into the client-specific migrations plans and solution architectures that we deliver."

Visit to download the UnboundID Data Store and learn more about UnboundID's Directory Server Migration Workshop.

Published Thursday, May 05, 2016 4:44 PM by David Marshall
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