Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is today excited to announce that it has been named a leader in Gartner’s inaugural “Magic Quadrant for Access Management, Worldwide 2017” report1.The top company says that clinching the top position wasn’t easy and that it took the exceptional service enhancements introduced by Oracle Identity Cloud Service in the course of this particular year.
The senior vice president, Identity and Security at Oracle, Peter Barker, while recently addressing a number of top news reporters said, “Our goal has been to deliver a suite of security solutions that customers can adapt and scale to help secure their digital business transformation. Oracle Identity Cloud Service is a core part of Oracle’s Identity-based Security Operations Center (SOC) framework that provides customers with an adaptive, machine learning-based security architecture.”
He saw the recognition as some form of credit to Oracle’s dedication to building an elaborate portfolio of PaaS security solutions, which is indeed an integral part of Oracle Cloud Platform.
According to Yahoo.com, Gartner narrowed down to evaluating vendors with regard to the ability they showcased in line with the provision of the access management (AM) functionalities across multiple use cases as well as over a wide array of geographies and industries. The perception by customers was important and providing real value for money was indeed something that needed to be given major focus.
Some trusted reports indicate that Leaders in the AM market are usually associated with enormous customer bases. They deliver feature sets that fit into the needs of the various customers. Over the years, the various leaders have continued to showcase strong vision and execution for anticipated requirements related to technology and the mechanism of delivery.
Eventually, they have provided evidence of how AM plays a role in a collection of related or adjacent product offerings. These leaders care about the needs of the various customers and have done a remarkable task in the demonstration of solid customer satisfaction with overall AM capabilities.
Gartner has affirmed that AM usually applies to technologies which majorly rely on the control engines in the provision of centralized authentication.