7 April 2017

Comarch reached for
JLupin Next Server


We are proud to announce that in March 2017 we signed a partnership agreement with Comarch Technologies, which opened a new chapter in JLupin’s history. Products delivered by our new Partner will be available in a microservices architecture powered by JLupin Next Server to provide customers with the agility and scalability of individual business functions. Where do we start? From one of the most critical system in Comarch Technologies’ portfolio – DRACO Identity and Access Management.


What is DRACO-IAM ?

Comarch IAM DRACO is an identity and access management tool that provides control over access to company’s or organization’s applications. This solution offers the best managing methods which comply with security standards. Thanks to DRACO you can grant access, authorize, authenticate and manage access to applications, devices and crucial data. Comarch DRACO can be easily adapted to any requirements of organizations of various structures and localizations.



Chosen Features

  • Role-based access control
  • Single Sign-On
  • Multi-factor user authentication
  • Session Management


Authentication Methods

  • Static and masked passwords
  • Smartcards and smartTokens
  • Software tokens
  • Biometrics devices


JLupin’s added value

DRACO is typically used in large organizations as a center for authentication and user authentication. It is one of the most critical elements of the IT environment because it directly influences the availability of other DRACO-based IT systems. Its inaccessibility implies in practice the stopping of major business processes in the organization and the need to launch emergency procedures. Launching DRACO in a microservices architecture will allow the separation of business functions based on SLA and processing characteristics so that the most critical system components (authentication and authorization) will be protected against the impact of other business functions (management, reporting). JLupin Next Server will introduce high-performance processing and communication between microservices and application-level reliability while maintaining a very low IT infrastructure TCO.


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