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What's included in the Free Edition of Verify?
The Verify Free Edition allows for up to five applications to be onboarded using SAML 2.0, OpenID Connect, or OAuth2 clients, without expiration, allowing organizations to try the full Verify platform without interruption.
What is the Service Level Agreement for Verify?
Verify's availability has 99.9% uptime guaranteed, with actual operational uptime typically exceeding this. Customers can monitor the uptime of Verify at the link below.
IBM Security Verify only charges for actual usage, so you can add/remove users or even product use cases within Verify at your own pace. Verify pricing uses Resource Units as a metric to quantify an organization’s dynamic usage between user populations and product use cases.
How does Verify support multi factor authentication for VPNs?
Verify includes a RADIUS client that can serve as an authentication mechanism for VPN connections and other systems that support the RADIUS protocol. You can download the Linux PAM installation files from IBM X-Force Exchange's App Exchange.
Can I use Verify for both workforce and consumer use cases?
Verify can be utilized to support both customer or consumer (cloud directory and social authentication) use cases as well as employee single sign-on use cases all within one unified platform, maximizing ROI and minimizing cost per user for an organization.
Does Verify provide consent management for applications?
In applications that support OpenID Connect and OAuth2, consent management can be easily enabled so users are prompted to provide permission before granting authorization to that application.
Does Verify provide out of the box SDKs for development?
Yes, we have SDKs for various use cases, such as native mobile applications, and web applications using frameworks like NodeJS and ReactJS. Visit the Developer Portal to learn more.