What do you like best?
Okta is an exceptionally adaptable platform for managing several aspects of personality to SaaS and on-premises applications. Okta is an excessively straightforward authentication arrangement from an end client point of view. You get the chance to single sign on to the vast majority of the apps you use, and it automatically stores your credentials and logs you on once you are authenticated through their portal. We have integrated Okta with a large portion of our apps. With MFA enabled, you have to download Okta app on your telephone and accept the push to login. SaaS Model, easy to arrangement and supports the most utilized applications from an access management and catalog integration viewpoint. The UI and capabilities are light years ahead of the opposition. I have never had any personal time, login, or 2FA issues with Okta. Our clients save minutes every day, not, at this point drearily composing and re-composing their catalog password.
What do you dislike?
You have to understand Okta documentation appropriately to integrate the appropriate security implementation. There is a colossal learning bend for this software. On the off chance, that any of your password escaped synchronize with Okta it will be somewhat hard to understand how to update the password on the off chance that you are not technically knowledgeable. Beneficiary client support is quite bad. I deal with a ton of merchants and this is probably the least favorite to have to call.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Okta is a great tool for Single Sign On. The single tick choice has made it easy to stay signed in to all necessary programs. While it is easy to administer, this comes at the expense of some customizability. Backing is moderate, and costs are high.