Correcting and replacing new product roadmap positions radiantone

Yahoo | June 18, 2019

Radiant Logic today announces the product roadmap for its flagship federated identity and directory service, RadiantOne FID. The new version 7.3 expands the focus on identity integration and synchronization between data center and cloud. The product will continue to specialize in building a comprehensive identity service through virtualization to power important initiatives like enterprise IAM and CIAM, while also extending its reach to cloud-based identity sources and directories. RadiantOne version 7.3, released this month, allows major enterprises to transition to cloud-based infrastructure while still serving existing applications on-premises.

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Server virtualization is a decades-old technology that is now extremely mature and part of the fabric of Unix, mainframe, and RISC servers. Virtualization began to be used on x86 servers in 2003, mainly for test and development, and has evolved rapidly since then. By 2007, the second generation, Virtualization 2.0, was under way, and the focus was consolidating production applications.

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Server virtualization is a decades-old technology that is now extremely mature and part of the fabric of Unix, mainframe, and RISC servers. Virtualization began to be used on x86 servers in 2003, mainly for test and development, and has evolved rapidly since then. By 2007, the second generation, Virtualization 2.0, was under way, and the focus was consolidating production applications.

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