These benefits include:

PingOne Advanced Services is flexible. Many organizations have a mix of IT infrastructure platforms, public and private cloud environments, and are tied to some legacy systems for the foreseeable future. PingOne Advanced Services offers organizations the flexibility to determine which resources they will move to the cloud, and when migrations will occur.

Organizations can start out consuming one or more capabilities from the cloud, and migrate additional capabilities on their schedules, when it makes sense for them. And with practically limitless configuration options, PingOne Advanced Services can connect to an organization’s resources without having to install, update, and manage separate on-premise proxies and agents

The PingOne Advanced Services solution was designed with identity management best practices in mind. These best practices are based on successes and lessons learned while working with more than 1,500 Ping Identity customers over the last 15 years.

PingOne Advanced Services leverages cloud automation tools and capabilities, at both the infrastructure and platform levels, to optimize operational costs. Automating time-consuming repetitive tasks, like provisioning virtual resources and managing availability and performance, not only lowers overall costs, but it also reduces errors and increases operational efficiencies

With PingOne Advanced Services, autoscaling monitors applications and automatically adjusts capacity to maintain steady, predictable performance at the lowest possible cost. When the demand spikes, capacity is automatically increased, and when demand drops, autoscaling automatically removes excess resource capacity.

This functionality is crucial for large organizations, but having access to enterprise-class technology makes it possible for smaller businesses to compete while remaining lean and nimble.