Connect Anything, Anywhere with purpose-built Cloud & Data Integration solutions. Solution for companies embracing the hybrid IT model and running applications both in the Cloud and on premise.
Securing Identity in a connected world. Identity & Access management for Cloud & Mobile environments.
Nexright helped a Australian Federal agency to implement and integrate Vanguard Government Authentication solution for a Australian Federal client.
Nexright helped one of the Australia’s largest bank in implementing SOA & integrating their on-premise applications and to modernize legacy systems to facilitate connecting them to the rest of the enterpris
Nexright helped a global automotive client in defining Cloud Identity Management strategy and helping them in implementing Hybrid Cloud & Data integration solution.
Nexright as a CSB enabler provides the combination of technology, cloud service framework, industry leading best practice methodologies and expertise to implement and manage the solution.
Nexright's RealMe solution allows businesses to integrate with NewZealand’s new secure online identity verification service. This enables single sign-on, federated identity and additional use cases like secure APIs, secure mobile access, social ID integration.
Nexright OAuth toolkit allows secure access of User Data from Mobile Apps
Faster on boarding of Group insurance partners >>
Identity & Access Management strategy for a global Insurance client to allow reduction of time required to onboard new partners and provide access to Cloud systems.
Technology Accelerators speed up project implementations with less risk >>
DataPower automation framework leads to more reuse of SOA assets, improved security and governance, and improved business metrics.
Security and Integration gateway solutions helped Nehta establishing and transitioning into a connected system. >>
eHealth is about electronically connecting up the points of care so that health information can be shared securely.
SAML 2.0 Bearer Assertion Profile for OAuth 2.0 >>
This blog provides an overview of using SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) assertion as means for requesting an OAuth 2.0 access token.