Traditional High Availability and Modern Elastic Cloud

With digital identities driving revenue for your business, it’s crucial that your customers can quickly log on and use your services at all times. Traditional, multi-site failover architectures are proven and extremely reliable, but aren’t terribly responsive to changes in traffic patterns. On the other hand, modern elastic cloud environments enable appropriately sized deployments that dynamically scale for demand peaks and troughs.

The ForgeRock Identity Platform can do both, with stateless and stateful session architectures that also enable “five 9’s” availability for large-scale, mission-critical deployments.

  • Stateful Architecture – Enable complex, multi-site failover environments that are always available to end-users, with highly reliable uptime using a stateful architecture.
  • Stateless Architecture – With the advent of IoT, scaling identity systems has become even more challenging. Stateless architectures are optimal for deployments at massive scale, accommodating hundreds of millions and even billions of identities.
  • Elastic Deployments – The capacity needed for IoT and consumer-facing services is tough to predict. The ForgeRock Identity Platform features an elastic architecture and the capability to deploy in a totally automated fashion, whether on premises or in the cloud.
  • Cloud Automation – The DevOps-friendly architecture of the ForgeRock Identity Platform enables automation and orchestration for push-button cloud deployment, enabling faster time to market with continuous delivery.

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