Diamelle Technologies Releases Identity Management Suite
Diamelle Technologies has added support for the J2EE 1.4 application servers from IBM, BEA and JBoss in the latest version of its Identity Management (IDM). Diamelle IDM is an integrated product built on a Java Enterprise Edition (JAVA EE) platform with WS-I compliant Web services to facilitate integration and provides authentication with Single Sign-on, authorization, user management, policy management, user self-service, audit, password management and delegated administration. With this release, customers will be able to run the Diamelle IDM on a wide range of platforms.
The Diamelle solution manages user information, various identities and user groups, roles, access-levels, resources, entitlements and permissions in a centralized infrastructure with authentication and security policies utilizing both passwords and tokens. With Single Sign-On, users can login once, and roam freely in secured domains without being challenged again. Participating domains are not required to give up their own logins and credentials. Authenticated subjects can access restricted resources requiring multiple logins and credentials without the need to login at each domain.
Diamelle IDM has been built upon the Java EE platform utilizing a Service Oriented Architecture. The solution can be deployed in a number of configurations where it can serve as the central identity manager for the enterprise or it may be deployed as part of an application without creating a new footprint.
The Diamelle solution offers an add-on module that allows users to interact with the system using the phone and voice. The underlying technology for this add-on module is VoiceXML with features such as password reset, new password assignment, etc. All activities are logged into the audit log.