Okta is beefing up how many and -- maybe more importantly -- which identities it ensures it can protect for enterprise customers.
The San Francisco-headquartered identity management service is adding tools for setting up and managing online identities for partners, clients, and customers of a given organization.
Targeting potential external scenarios and even threats, the new services are designed to provide access to B2B portals from existing on-premise directories or identity management systems.
For IT managers, Okta is also rolling out a new suite of APIs dedicated to account creation, automated provisioning, access control and session management.
Okta also announced on Thursday that it will be joining the Recurring Revenue Alliance, set up and introduced in May by fellow a Bay Area-based company, ServiceSource.
The goal of the Recurring Revenue Alliance is to enable businesses to grow their share of the recurring revenue market for hardware maintenance, software support and SaaS subscriptions.
Last month, ServiceSource asserted that this segment is worth approximately $169 billion annually.