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Difference between SailPoint and Radiant One as IAM Tool

Hi Guys

Can you tell me the difference between SailPoint and RadiantOne as IAM

My understanding is that Sail point supports authentication and
authorization while Radiant ONE supports authentication
,authorizatiuon,accounting and personalization.

Please also confirm whether am I right or not!!

Varun Maheshwari

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Re: Difference between SailPoint and Radiant One as IAM Tool

This forum is made for questions around Access Manager, which is not made
either by RadianOnt or Sailpoint. You would probably be better-served by
asking the vendors themselves about their competitive differences, rather
than asking yet another competitor to compare those two.

Slightly on the topic of your question, Sailpoint is not a product, but is
a company which makes products like IdentityIQ (a competitor to
Novell/NetIQ/Micro Focus Access Governance Suite (AGS) and Access Review
(IDM AR)). Similarly, RadiantOne is not a product, but is a line of
products similar to the Identity Management suite from Novell/NetIQ/Micro
Focus which includes things like VDS (a virtual directory similar to the
'LDAP Proxy' product here), CFS (sounds similar to Access Manager, for
which this forum exists), ICS (seems similar to Identity Manager), etc..

Good luck.

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