Schemus CloudBase provides the following key features:
Wizard-based configuration Stepwise wizards guide the user through each configuration step.
Configuration testing Each wizard step in the configuration process is checked for validity and each configuration can be fully verified.
Multiple data sources If information is not held in a single location then the required data can be combined from multiple sources of different types. Data sources include LDAP directories and CSV formatted files.
Templates for common directory systems Templates are provided to further simplify setup for the most common directory systems, including MS AD and Notes Domino.
Filtering and Transformation Where the source data is not clean or complete, then further filtering and transformation can be performed. Allows specific or 'wild-carded' data to be excluded or converted. New data items may be constructed by combining multiple attributes.
Incremental updates Optimised to perform incremental updates of the target data in order to minimise the load on participating systems.
Safety thresholds Live updates can be policed against threshold limits in order to detect and prevent anomalous synchronisation attempts.
Reporting Comprehensive logging and optional alerting via email notifications.
Safe test mode A 'safe test' mode allows updates to be simulated without modifying live data.
Custom configuration Advanced settings allow fine-tuning of the LDAP operations.
Full control of automation An open approach to automation allows customers to use built-in scheduling of synchronisation tasks or invocation from task schedulers and other applications, for example to invoke Schemus CloudBase as part of existing staff leaver/joiner processes.
Network agility Operates across network proxies and capable of using secured, encrypted connections.
Multi-platform operation Java application portability offers a wide choice of platforms supported by the Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE).