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Model Number :
J9012A
Part #:
J9012A

Description

HP ProCurve Identity Driven Manager - ( v. 2.0 ) - license, HP IDM 2.0 Base Product (500 User License)

Street Price : $4263
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ProCurve Identity Driven Manager 2.0 500 Users
Identity Driven Manager 2.0 is an application for ProCurve Manager Plus that automatically manages intelligent network access, applying security and performance settings to network infrastructure devices based on user, location and time. This enables central definition of policies that are then enforced at the edge by ProCurve devices.


Upgrading from IDM 1.0 provides amore granularity of user access control; improves resource access control; easier integration into network management environments and improved reporting capabilities

Features

  • On-demand synchronization of Identity Driven Manager
    Identity Driven Manager allows administrators to click on a button to synchronize the Identity Driven Manager users from Active Directory or other LDAP user databases.
  • Mapping of groups from the authentication database
    When synchronizing Identity Driven Manager from the authentication database, Identity Driven Manager will map the user's group to an access policy group (APG) with the appropriate policies.
  • Default access policy group assignment
    If a user in the authentication database does not have an authentication database group, you can assign a default access policy group and the related access policies to that user.
  • Import users from an XML file
    If current user data is not kept in an LDAP-compatible data store, Identity Driven Manager can read users and group membership from an XML-formatted file.
  • Integrity state checking
    Identity Driven Manager will receive an indicator of the client's state of health from the client system's security agents (third parties). These third-party clients will do the integrity checking and will report it to Identity Driven Manager in the standard RADIUS data stream.
  • Standard TNC compliance
    Third-party client integrity vendors who report status using the Trusted Network Connect (TNC) standard will be able to work with Identity Driven Manager immediately, so customers will have a choice of best-of-breed integration vendors.
  • Dynamic rules are formed and dynamiclly applied
    Access policy communities have rules that are applied to each user in the community based on the time, location, and user system. These dynamic inputs are evaluated and the policies applied according to the user's profile. This results in the appropriate access policies being applied at the right time and place.
  • Automatic VLAN assignment
    Users are automatically assigned to the appropriate VLAN based on their identity, community, location, and time of day.
  • Control access to network resources
    Users can be allowed or denied access to network resources (i.e., servers, printers) based on the destination IP address or a range of IP addresses.
  • Control access to network services
    Users can be allowed or denied access to network services (i.e., Web pages, instant messaging, or FTP) based on the well-known or user-defined TCP/UDP ports.
  • Traffic prioritization
    Traffic prioritization (QoS) is automatically set for the user based on identity, community, location, and time of day.
  • Rate limits
    Rate limits are automatically applied to user traffic based on identity, community, location, and time of day.
  • Works with industry-standard RADIUS protocol
    Access policies are set based on RADIUS authentication, so customers have a choice of authentication database and a reliable, time-tested technology for authentication.
  • Auto-discovery of identity objects
    RADIUS servers with IDM agents, RADIUS realms, and users are automatically discovered at login and assigned to an unconfigured policy group for the administrator's attention.
  • Grouping of users into access policy communities
    Identity Driven Manager allows administrators to group users into access policy communities to apply policies.
  • Identity Driven Manager updates the server
    The Identity Driven Manager agent uses a transaction process to update Identity Driven Manager server data. If the connection from the agent on the RADIUS server to the Identity Driven Manager server is broken, the agent will queue the data until the connection is restored and then transmit the data, as appropriate, back to the Identity Driven Manager database.

Minimum System Requirements: 2.0 GHz Intel Pentium or equivalent. 512 MB RAM. Disk Space 5 GB

 

 

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