This network is hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and isolated from other virtual networks. Your development environments are also isolated from each other within the network and communicate with each other through a central hub. This hub not only facilitates communication, but it also collects data from across your accounts and environments and helps you identify trends and potential threats.

Network options available

As you begin your journey with PingOne Advanced Services, it’s important to understand the differences between the different networking options available.

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The Internet Only option allows you to access your on-premise and cloud-based resources using the public internet.

With this option, you can access PingFederate and PingAccess admin consoles, PingDirectory, SCIM and REST endpoints, PingDelegator, and PingFederate and PingAccess runtime endpoints, which are only available with this option.

You can also connect to on-premise directories for authentication purposes, but you do not have access to the PingOne Advanced Services LDAP endpoint.

Image representing the Simple Network option.

The Simple Network option allows you to access your resources in on-premise or cloud environments using secure, private connections, and will work for most organizations.

This option uses AWS PrivateLink to provide connectivity between virtual private cloud networks, AWS services, and on-premise networks. It also uses a limited number of AWS site-to-site VPN connections to provide connectivity between your cloud-based resources and your on-premise network.

This option also supports a wide range of protocols including LDAPS, HTTPS, and JDBC, to connect to any data source. However, RADIUS and Kerberos are not supported in this offering.

Image representing the Advanced Network option.

The Advanced Network option is designed for the most sophisticated networking needs. You connect to your on-premise and cloud-based environments using secure, private connections, and there is no limit to the number of connections you can have.

This option also supports all protocols that will allow you to design a network that meets the unique needs of your organization.