Roadmap: Investing in the Future of Okta’s Admin and End-User Experience
Jack Hirch, Okta
Katie Le, Okta
Beth Wang, Okta
At Okta we strive to build powerful products that simplify the complexity of managing identities, while providing end users with elegant, valuable experiences. Join us to learn Okta’s approach to providing next-generation capabilities and insights through an exploration of recently released features, what’s coming next and our vision for the future of IAM experiences.
Vijay Pitchumani, Okta
Tim Yeh, Okta
Kristina Cosgrave, Okta
A modern enterprise directory is essential for organizations looking to move to the cloud. Continuing to use legacy directories to manage access in the midst of digital transformation has inherent limitations. In this session we’ll share Okta’s vision for the modern enterprise directory and provide insights into the investments we’ve made to help customers move further along in their cloud journey.
Devices have become a critical part of any modern organization's Identity and Access Management strategy. From managing a BYOD policy, to supporting partners and contractors, to adopting MacBooks and new platforms, the growing number of devices has increased the attack surface for IT to manage. At the same time, devices also enable new opportunities to leverage device context for more secure authentication and better user experiences. Come hear our product team discuss deployment tips for exciting new features like Device Visibility, passwordless using Okta FastPass, and integrations with endpoint security vendors. And, learn about the core investments we continue to make in device identity, elevating devices to become a first class citizen in the Okta Identity Cloud.
Every organization had to adapt their business in 2020. Those that leaned into the Zero Trust security model and broad cloud adoption were rewarded with a more secure and agile workforce. Learn how these companies quickly adapted to the new normal of working from home quickly and securely with Okta. Hear about best practices, learning, and challenges as they moved to a more remote workforce and learn what their long term strategy is for securing their users.
AD, Post Mortem: Rubrik’s Transition to 100% Cloud
Lindsey John, Okta
Joseph Doyle, Rubrik
Forward-thinking IT departments are aggressively adopting the cloud to increase IT agility, decrease costs, and bolster their security posture. Though moving 100% to the cloud may be impossible for some, it is still a goal that many are exploring. Rubrik is an excellent example of such a company who is quickly adopting this cloud-only architecture.
Founded in 2014 and recognized as #9 on the Forbes Top 100 Cloud Companies last year, Rubrik has grown exponentially and needed to develop a cohesive identity strategy to manage their growth. Come hear Joseph Doyle, Director of Enterprise Security, talk through his ongoing journey of cloud migration, including removing their multiple AD instances, setting up robust access strategy, deploying a device management plan.
Okta and AWS: Making it Easier to use Workforce Identity in the AWS Cloud
Unni Ravindranathan, Okta
Ron Cully, Principal Product Manager, AWS
Giving customers better integrations that make moving to the cloud easier and deploying cloud native solutions is only natural for Okta and AWS. Over the past year, AWS and Okta have been working closely together to deepen integrations designed to help customers leverage Okta's Universal Directory and Workforce identity products with AWS native access management capabilities. This session will highlight how you can leverage these new capabilities to connect identities inside Okta to AWS and use them to manage access across all AWS accounts and AWS SSO-integrated applications.
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