DBmaestro Adds CyberArk Integration for Privileged Credentials
Thursday, March 17, 2016
DBmaestro has announced that its DevOps for database solutions platform now offers a technology integration with the CyberArk Privileged Account Security Solution to offer security and compliance in DevOps environments by allowing DBmaestro to secure privileged access.
DBmaestro’s TeamWork Oracle solution now integrates with CyberArk Application Identity Manager enabling TeamWork to automatically retrieve and securely use the target database credentials that are stored in and managed by CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault.
When used as part of a cyber security program passwords can be automatically rotated based on an organization’s security policy for both in-house/custom applications running on Oracle, and the DBmaestro TeamWork. CyberArk Application Identity Manager enables automated synchronization of credentials in the background without requiring any code or file changes while reducing downtime and maintenance windows caused by manual credential rotation.
DBmaestro TeamWork is a secured DevOps for database solution that brings continuous delivery to the database. To achieve secure DevOps for Oracle databases, CyberArk Application Identity Manager enables companies to protect critical business systems by eliminating embedded credentials from application scripts, configuration files and database tables. In addition, implementing both solutions leads to combining individual accountability with centralized tracking and reporting on all application privileged account activity to meet diverse sets of compliance requirements.
Read more: http://www.dbmaestro.com/
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