You live in a world where SaaS has successfully been deployed to the cloud. You aren’t racing to get there anymore and you aren’t slowly breaking apart your monolith applications. You probably have a few dozen continuously deploying microservices with their own databases. Congratulations! So why won’t your team lead stop talking about messaging queues and processing events instead of requests?
If you’re anything like me, you didn’t really know what this meant the first (or 5th) time you heard it. What is an event? Isn’t the client hitting an endpoint an event? …
Author: Dinesh Mishra
Connectivity is at the heart of SailPoint Identity and Access Governance. IGA program managers see significant increases in business value as they integrate highly critical applications, in higher quantities, under governance.
Our integrations fall under two categories:
SailPoint’s Cloud Access Management product provides insights into the access patterns of the identities using Cloud Service Provider (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud) resources. It not only answers “ who” has access to “what”, but also “how” did they get that access. In short, it creates an access graph for each identity. We use a graph database to store such connectivity. In terms of the choice for a graph database, since we wanted a vendor-agnostic approach, we decided to go with an Apache TinkerPop enabled graph database.
Scaling Gremlin Server
We had the following requirements to achieve as part of our scaling…