To get the most out of SERAM, you can integrate it with other applications by creating any number of managed endpoints for automated access to SERAM.

Each application is a virtual user in SERAM. You can therefore assign permissions just the same as you can for normal users, and thereby limit what specific applications are allowed to see or which values they may write.

Since each application has a distinct URL endpoint which identifies the application, authentication-free access can be implemented. The rights of both the application and the logged-on user performing a request are merged, therefore you can also prevent authentication-free access by not allowing the application specific access but require authentication instead.

Feature Categories:

  • API and System Management
  • Security and Access Control