Track Roles, Groups and Assets like Never Before
Managing multiple changing roles, groups, products and authorizations is an increasingly complex task at your enterprise organization. Using Neo4j, you seamlessly track all identity and access authorizations and inheritances with substantial depth and real-time results.
This interconnected view of your data gives better real-time insights and controls than ever before. Neo4j connects your data along intuitive relationships so identity and access management happens quickly and effectively.
How Graphs Revolutionize Identity & Access Management
Alessandro Amidani Svensson discusses how graphs are used to solve identity and access management (IAM) challenges.Watch the webinar
Financial Services & Neo4j: Identity & Access Management
Discover how financial services enterprises are using graph technology to prevent and detect financial fraud.Read now
Graph Databases in the Enterprise: Identity & Access Management
Discover how to leverage graph database technology for more robust, enterprise-level identity and access management (IAM) that operates in real time.Read more
Why Intelligent Applications Need a Graph Database with Granular Security
Learn how Neo4j’s granular database security features guard your sensitive enterprise data.Download the Visual Overview
Identity and Access Management
Determine authorization by tracing from individuals through groups, roles and products.
Easily manage dynamic group membership and inter-relationships.
Track the origins and associations of any given asset.
Highly interconnected data
To verify an accurate identity, the system needs to traverse through a highly interconnected dataset that is continually growing in size and complexity.
Scalability and real-time query performance
As users, products and permissions grow, traditional systems no longer deliver real-time query performance, resulting in extremely long wait times for your users.
With the rapid growth in the size of assets and their associated metadata, your application needs to accommodate both current and future identity management requirements.
Native identity graph store
Unlike relational databases, Neo4j stores interconnected user authorization data that is neither purely linear nor hierarchical. Neo4j’s native graph storing makes it easier to decipher your data by not forcing intermediate indexing at every turn.
Neo4j’s versatile property graph model makes it easier for organizations to evolve their identity and access management models.
Performance and scalability
Neo4j’s native graph processing engine supports high-performance graph queries on large master datasets to enable real-time decision making.
No more JOINs
The built-in, high-availability features of Neo4j ensure your identity and access data is always available to mission-critical applications.
GraphGist: Entitlements and Access Control
Dive into an example of an access control dataset demonstrating how graph databases reduce complexity, naturally storing complex and densely connected access control structures.Check Out the GraphGist
Customer Spotlight: Telenor
Find out why Telenor chose Neo4j to solve their identity and access management problems.Read more
Customer Spotlight: migRaven
With a long history working with file server migration, the founding team behind migRaven was all too familiar with the challenges behind authorization and access control migration within network administration. See how they used Neo4j to solve their problems.Read more
White Paper: Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Creating Business Value through Data RelationshipsWhere does sustainable competitive advantage come from? It’s not from data volume or velocity, but from the knowledge of relationships in your data.
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