SafeNet, Inc., a provider of information security solutions, has announced that Sentinel Cloud is now supported by the Dell Boomi AtomSphere cloud integration platform, enabling cloud service providers to easily connect SafeNet's licensing and entitlement management services with their existing on-premise or cloud-based back-office systems.
"Integrating software licensing and entitlement management into existing back-office systems has historically been a complex process for software and cloud service vendors alike - it's expensive, time-consuming and can be a significant drag on time-to-market," says Chris Holland, vice president of cloud services at SafeNet. "SafeNet's connector on the Dell Boomi AtomSphere platform eliminates this problem at a time when time-to-market has become critical, because so many vendors are working feverishly to move their applications to the cloud."
The Dell Boomi AtomSphere is delivered as a service to integrate two or more SaaS or on-premise applications. Through a newly-designed AtomSphere connector, SafeNet's Sentinel Cloud Services licensing and entitlement management solution can connect to back office systems commonly deployed by software vendors for CRM, ERP, billing, and marketing automation.
"The ability to not only design and easily adapt a complex service catalog, but to also control access to and measure usage of the offering is critical to any cloud service provider's monetization strategy," states Rick Nucci, chief technology officer, Dell Boomi. "Cloud service providers rely on the Boomi Atomsphere platform to simplify the business processes that drive their cloud service offerings by ensuring that critical systems, including their software licensing and entitlement management service like Sentinel Cloud, are all communicating. Our connector with SafeNet is another step towards simplifying the integration work associated with cloud service delivery."