Analyst Insight: Oktane Ascends to the Most Important Event of the Year for Enterprise SaaS

$500.00

Key Stakeholders: Chief Information Officers, Chief Digital Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Security Directors and Managers , Security Operations Directors, IT Architects, IT Strategists, Identity and Access Directors and Managers, Software Engineers, Cloud Strategists

In this report, Amalgam analyst Hyoun Park describes why Oktane18 has become a core event for IT strategists and architects managing the cloud and why Okta is now a core “Manager of Managers” that IT managers can use to support a wide variety of solutions and end-user profiles.

To download this piece, “Add to Cart”

Description

Key Stakeholders: Chief Information Officers, Chief Digital Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Security Directors and Managers, Security Operations Directors, IT Architects, IT Strategists, Identity and Access Directors and Managers, Software Engineers, Cloud Strategists

Why This Matters: Cloud and digital strategists who are not attending Oktane risk missing out on key SaaS and IT management strategies emerging in an end-user centric model of IT.

Top Takeaways:  Oktane should not be seen simply as an Identity and Access user conference. Although this is the core of Okta’s offering, both Okta and the Oktane conference have expanded their scope to become a central Manager of Managers for implementing digital strategy. Oktane has replaced the role that Dreamforce used to play as the key enterprise SaaS conference for digital strategists.

In this report, Amalgam analyst Hyoun Park describes why Oktane18 has become a core event for IT strategists and architects managing the cloud and why Okta is now a core “Manager of Managers” that IT managers can use to support a wide variety of solutions and end-user profiles.

To view this research for personal use, “Add to Cart”