Protocol-based connectors enable broad integration

  1. Named application connectors — These are out of the box integrations with a specific governed system, such as Workday, Microsoft Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, Okta, LDAP, Unix, and SAP HR.
  2. Protocol-based connectors — These are integrations available for governed systems that follow standard protocols such as System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM), HTTP REST Web Services, JDBC, and flat files.

SailPoint is the leader in identity security for the cloud enterprise, ensuring workers have the right access to do their job — no more, no less.

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