Scaling to Manage Large Numbers of Linux Server Accounts

Updated: Dec 14, 2018


Effective Identity Management is never simple in any organisation size, given the increasing dependency on applications of all types and locations. However, decent modern day IAM solutions can easily manage the complex workflow and policy requirements of today.


One of the challenging aspects we find on all large IAM projects is how to deal with scale. Collecting Accounts and Entitlements from a handful of Linux Servers is easy, but what happens when you have 1000's of servers to manage?


Securience Data Manager provides a scalable and quick to implement method to collect Linux Accounts without needing custom scripting.



Collecting from Linux/Unix with Securience Data Manager

The diagram and video below shows how easy it is to configure Linux Account Collections in Securience Data Manager. In addition, auto discovery of your Linux Hosts also helps point and click configuration instead of manual entry of host names.

Collecting from Linux/Unix

Note, this functionality will be General Avaliability in the product from v1.1.1 being released later this month.


Quick tutorial on using Securience Data Manager to collect Linux/Unix Accounts.





About Securience

For further information on Securience Data Manager or Identity & Access Management solutions from Securience, please visit our website, or contact us via email.


Website: https://www.securience.co.uk

Email: sales@securience.co.uk


#SecurienceBlog #datamanager #datamanagement #IdentityManagement #Linux

  • White LinkedIn Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Facebook Icon

Securience Limited is a company registered in England & Wales under company registration number 09365922.

© Copyright 2020 Securience Limited. All rights Reserved.