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Standards-Based Integration

Seamless Integration & Simple Scalability

The maXecurity products seamlessly integrate with multiple platforms and offer simple, cost-effective scalability. The products take full advantage of all corporate directory information to create a seamless user experience.


Seamless Integration   Simple Scalability
Feature Benefit Feature Benefit
Universal Web Server Compatibility

The maXecurity products are web server-agnostic, working with all web server versions on all platforms including Sun, Microsoft, and IBM mainframe technologies

The maXecurity products significantly reduce the required time and money normally spent on integrating systems because it is standards-based, not product-based

Stateless, Independent Appliances maXecurity appliances scale linearly because there is no overhead of stateful communication between policy servers (as there is with traditional products)
Fewer Moving Parts

The maXecurity products are appliances so there are no web agents and no web server-specific settings

With fewer moving parts, there are reduced components to audit, lower possibility of failure, and increased performance

2-Step Configuration

With a simple 2-step configuration, additional appliances can be brought online within minutes:

  • configure IP addresses
  • connect to the Policy Store
Universal Directory Server Compatibility

The maXecurity products work efficiently with all versions of LDAP servers on all platforms including Sun, Active Directory, z/OS, and any other directory server platform that supports LDAP v3

On-demand Performance Focus performance on specific websites by easily targeting appliances to a subset of existing web applications

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Directory Unification

Using the maXecurity products' exclusive TrustMapping™ process, any LDAP repository can be trusted to take advantage of unique data from each directory.

For example, without synchronizing the user passwords, attributes or groups, and without forcing the user to login to each system, you can:

  • Authenticate the user with their Windows password (Active Directory)
  • Retrieve the user's e-mail address from a Sun LDAP server
  • Authorize based on a user's functional permissions from RACF on a mainframe (via z/OS LDAP)