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Dec 9, 2021

Announcing Powerful Integration With Okta

With our deep Okta integration, our customers can now use our self-service request infrastructure for Okta groups and applications.

Joyce Ling

Our goal is to merge access management across the enterprise. With our deep Okta integration, our customers can now use our self-service request infrastructure for Okta groups and applications.

By making it easy to import resources from Okta, you get just-in-time access, automated workflows, user access reviews, and low-code policies for all your SaaS applications and engineering infrastructure.

Powerful Group Management

With our deep Okta integration, we now give you the option to bring powerful group management to all your apps.

Although Okta is an incredible tool for managing identities and provisioning access, we extend its functionality with folders, nested groups, and access visualization. In Opal, being able to define relationships between groups helps limit group sprawl and reduces redundancy in your infrastructure.

Granular Access Levels

Opal makes access easy by simplifying any system or application into a resource with access levels.

For example, let's take Salesforce, a SaaS app that has a complex hierarchy of access levels. The question we want our customers to ask isn't, " Who should have access to Salesforce?"

Rather, we want our users to ask questions like, "Who should have access to Admin access or Federal Customers in Salesforce, and for how long?" With Opal, this level of access control is easy and transparent.

No Code Policies for Easy Workflows

We've also released easy, no-code policies to enhance the productivity of your access management. Now, by integrating with Okta, you can easily apply these policies to any of your Okta apps, including maximum duration, multi-step approvals, or required support ticket binding.

We hope to continue bringing easy access management workflows to your doorstep! Sign up to get updates, or shoot us a message at hello@opal.dev.

Joyce Ling

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